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Earlier this year my wife and I went to Singapore as part of our First Class trip around the world. We were in Singapore for about 3 days (also crossing the border from Singapore to Malaysia), and I still am planning to write up a post on some of the adventures that we took, but I thought that I’d share some of the Singapore pictures we took. My wife is actually the “real” photographer, so these are all by her. I’ve included the photography settings with each of the Singapore pictures, along with a brief description. All of the below Singapore pictures were taken on a walk starting from the Conrad Centennial Singapore hotel. It was about a 15 minute walk and of course we spent more time walking around as well as attending one of the Singapore light shows that they have in the evenings.
For each picture, you can click on it to get a bigger picture
First is a shot from the north side of Marina Bay – looking south across the bay with the Helix Bridge to the left and the Art and Science Museum on the right, with the Marina Bay Sands Hotel in the background. Settings: 1/50, f/4.5, ISO 800
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Twilight looking at the Super Trees in the Gardens by the Bay. Settings 1/8, f/3.5, ISO 800
In the Gardens by the Bay park, looking up at the Marina Bay Sands hotel. Settings 1/10, f/3.5, ISO 3200
Gardens by the Bay park (where the Super Trees are) is free to walk around. There are 2 climate-controlled domes in the park that require paid admission to enter. This is inside one the Cloud Forest dome, looking at the roof. Settings 1/13, f/3.5, ISO 3200
At the bottom of the Cloud Forest dome, looking up at the elevated walkways. Settings 1/3, f/3.5, ISO 1600
Back again on the north side of the bay, a little to the east of the first picture and (of course) at night. This is the Art and Science museum with Downtown Singapore in the background. Settings 1/13, f/3.5, ISO 3200
Which of these Singapore pictures was your favorite?