I started walking alongside Singapore River early in the morning, when the light was still merciful, and when the heat was still pleasant, without opporessing humidity that makes walking a sweaty experience later on during the day. The surface of Singapore River was very quiet, and the surroundings were reflected perfectly in the still waters. I followed a bicyle/pedestrian path which was almost completely empty at this time of the day, and i stopped at some of the small, futuristic bridges spanning the Singapore River. A small boat was breaking the spell of the tranquil waters, causing small waves to crush on the river banks.
Elgin Bridge at Singapore River.
I simply love taking black & white photos !!!
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