Accepted Entries Page 04

These are the entries that were successfully accepted for the “Snapshots of A Little Red Dot” Photography competition.

To participate in the competition, please submit your entry via email to ourshutterjourney@live.com.sg  by Tuesday, 20 June 2017 before 11.59pm together with your NRIC, contact number & caption.

For more details about the competition, click here


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Accepted Entries #151 to #200
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Entry 151
Caption: High rise versus low rise building of Bishan
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Entry 152
Caption: The resting place for the forgotten souls, whom had fought for our little red dot’s survival.
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Entry 153
Caption: Doors of an old colonial house, located at an known corner in our little red dot
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Entry 154
Caption: Prism City – Taken from Helix Bridge, this image defines Singapore as a multifaceted and sophisticated urban city-state. The colour saturation edit represents an artistic celebration of the vibrancy of Singapore.
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Entry 155
Caption: Singapore’s last free hawking zone, known as the Sungei Road Flea Market, has given way for urban redevelopment. This image remembers the days of the recent past in the vicinity.
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Entry 156
Caption: Throwback to the 1950s-1990s, it was then one of the important form of transportation for Singaporeans and Malaysians.
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Entry 157
Caption: Opened in 1932, Tanjong Pagar Railway Station has served its purpose transporting people but to bridge our relationship between the two countries – Singapore and Malaysia.
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Entry 158
Caption: A new benchmark for business space in Singapore and beyond. incorporating a “city” Singapore consistently outranks the world as one of the cities with the best investment potential.
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Entry 159
Caption: This photo represents Singapore to me because it reminds me that this beautiful and unique city was built up on a tiny tropical island.
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Entry 160
Caption: Wet silhouette – What better way to chill out on a hot sunny afternoon than at the Children’s Garden water playground, Gardens By The Bay.
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Entry 161
Caption: I’m still hot! – Despite the cool water sprays, our tropical sun still proves to be too hot for this young girl.
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Entry 162
Caption: Don’t worry, I’ve got you! – Always watching out for one another. Friends at play, sisters for life.
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Entry 163
Caption: The former Saint Joseph’s Institution was built on the site of a small Catholic chapel erected in the 1830s.
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Entry 164
Caption: The Convent of the Holy Infant Jesus was established in 1854 by 4 Sisters at Victoria Street. The first classes were started for fee paying students and orphans.
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Entry 165
Caption: Peranakan Houses are colourful and bright. Has tiles with beautiful details.Though not many are left, this is a few of the ones that is left for us to enjoy.
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Entry 166
Caption: Peranakan Beauty! Their house are built with air wells, thus airy and bright. Not only inside, but the outside is also brightly painted and installed with detailed tiles.
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Entry 167
Caption: The reflection ,the blue hour and the crescent moon at Bishan-Ang Mo Kio park
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Entry 168
Caption: Singapore’s last free hawking zone, known as the Sungei Road Flea Market, has given way for urban redevelopment. This image remembers the days of the recent past in the vicinity.
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Entry 169
Caption: Two of Singapore landmark the Marina Bay Sands and The Flyer. The two great places to view the singapore business district.
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Entry 170
Caption: In Good Hands – Hand in hand, we shall hold. The sea ahead is cold, as you are told. With us by your side, be bold.
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Entry 171
Caption: Her Precious One – Every weekend is a precious one longed for by Ah-Mah ( grandma). With her little grandson in her arms & laughter, nothing else more matters.
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Entry 172
Caption: Oh Boy, Let’s Rock !
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Entry 173
Caption: Sunset, By The Sea – End your day of work and sit by the sea. Watch the sun as it sets, and as it reaches out to you with your internal calm and peace.
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Entry 174
Caption: Fighting spirit – A senior citizen manually transports a package along a sunbaked street lined with Singapore’s iconic and traditional shophouses in Little India.
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Entry 175
Caption: Delicacies in Food Courts – Where to find this ? In any food court, yes any. How blessed & pampered we all are to be in this little red dot, a food heaven on earth.
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Entry 176
Caption: Singapore Chinese Garden one of the place where my parents brought my brother and I to during our childhood.
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Entry 177
Caption: A typical scene showing the hustle and bustle of city life on our little red dot. Living here means getting used to expensive cars and ERP charges!
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Entry 178
Caption: These colourful flats of Rochor hold great memories for those who have lived here. Good urban planning has made this little red dot a great place to live in!
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Entry 179
Caption: Changi Airport has been repeatedly recognised as the best airport in the world. It shows us that we may be tiny but we are mighty!
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Entry 180
Caption: Merlion, national personification of Singapore. From a fishing village to a now developed and modernized city, although it is a little red dot, but a significant one on the planet.
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Entry 181
Caption: Hoon San Temple also known as Lim Tai Shi Temple located at 27 Jalan Lim Tai See one of the oldest taoist temple built in 1903 which was renovated recently
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Entry 182
Caption: Garden By the Bay Fountain a place to relax and enjoy the scenery
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Entry 183
Caption: Tulipsmania on show at Gardens by the Bay a  conservatory complexes consisting of Flower Dome and Cloud Forest situated at the Marina Reservoir.
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Entry 184
Caption: Our first HDB high complex Selegie House was officially opened by the Late Founder then PM Lee Kuan Yew in 1963.
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Entry 185
Caption: Our first HDB high complex Selegie House was officially opened by the Late Founder then PM Lee Kuan Yew in 1963.
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Entry 186
Caption: Our first HDB high complex Selegie House was officially opened by the Late Founder then PM Lee Kuan Yew in 1963.
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Entry 187
Caption: This photogenic street cat with opal blue eyes was waiting for me in front of a bubble tea store at Block 531, Bedok North Street 3.
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Entry 188
Caption: Our HBD flats were 4 levels high in 1960s, in the 1970s we have flats that were up to 20 levels high. Now we have flats that are sky spacers.
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Entry 189
Caption: What says “Singapore” better than anything else? The sidewalk markets filled with colorful fruits and vegetables with alluring aromas, surrounded by the hustle and bustle of the big city. 
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Entry 190
Caption: South Bridge Road or ‘Ta Mah Lu’ one of the thorough fair to Chinatown.
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Entry 191
Caption: Dodging through the fountain
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Entry 192
Caption: There’s so much to shop in Singapore.
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Entry 193
Caption: Catching Sunrise – It was hard to chance upon a beautiful morning like this one. Mesmerised by the picturesque scenery, I stood by patiently to greet the rising sun.
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Entry 194
Caption: The Nation Gallery which made up of the former Supreme Court of Singapore and City Hall. S$532 million was spent to refurbish and to create a piece of history.
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Entry 195
Caption: Master Lee Zhiwang Abbot of Singapore Yu Huang Gong ( Keng Teck Whay)  also President of the Taoist Mission making offering to Yu Huang Da Di at Telok Ayer Street premises.
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Entry 196
Caption: End The Day Well – While some are calling it a day, we’re heading to the Sports Hub for more. All we want is to end the day well and sweat it all out !

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Entry 197
Caption: In the early morning where moments happened in one of the most respected place. I just have to lay down to get this shot.
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Entry 198
Caption: Dancers doing star jump in front of the Asia Civilisations Museum, reminds me that Singapore is a young & vibrant city.
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Entry 199
Caption: Rising Dragon Statue hidden at Whampoa Drive
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Entry 200
Caption: Amazing SuperTrees found only here in Singapore!
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To view Entries #101 to #150 please click here.
To view Entries #201 to #250 please click here.

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These are the entries that were successfully accepted for the “Snapshots of A Little Red Dot” Photography competition.

To participate in the competition, please submit your entry via email to ourshutterjourney@live.com.sg  by Tuesday, 20 June 2017 before 11.59pm together with your NRIC, contact number & caption.

For more details about the competition, click here

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