Accepted Entries Page 13

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 #601 to #650
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Entry 601
Caption: The man and his flute. A common sight at the Bukit Batok Nature Reserve
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Entry 602
Caption: Breaking Fast together. Understanding breeds harmony.
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Entry 603
Caption: A place where the only constant is change
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Entry 604
Caption: New meets old: A place where tradition is finding a new lease of life
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Entry 605
Caption: Little Guilin, the small yet natural sanctuary in the heart of lion city is where people go for relaxation and a sense of nature.
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Entry 606
Caption: My Little Red Dot may be small, but it is filled with a buzz of activities if only you took the time to look.
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Entry 607
Caption: In my little red dot, Family is a very big part of our culture. The old nurture the young, and in time they reverse.
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Entry 608
Caption: In my Little Red Dot, Community is very important. Our “kampong Spirit” is still alive and kicking.
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Entry 609
Caption: My Little Red Dot is filled with activities happening around and more so in the heartlands. Retired elders spend their time exercising their minds.
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Entry 610
Caption: My Little Red Dot’s heartlands are beautiful. An elder man resting after his morning walk around his estate.
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Entry 611
Caption: Some of the many unsung heroes of the little red dot Singapore.
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Entry 612
Caption: A sun setting sky at Gardens By The Bay with the iconic MBS Hotel blended with a giant “dragonfly”.
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Entry 613
Caption: A hardworking owner of the shop in Old Woodlands Town Centre, which will be redeveloped soon. Besides selling jeans and shirts, he does altheration of clothing too.
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Entry 614
Caption: Temple Gate
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Entry 615
Caption: A lasting snapshot of Rochor centre with Rochor canal before its being torn down.
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Entry 616
Caption: Traditional egg seller.
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Entry 617
Caption: Halo has landed at Lavender, a place evolved from “Fire City” into a modern residential area.
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Entry 618
Caption: Flower kiosk outside the famous Kwan Im Thong Hood Cho Temple at Waterloo Street.
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Entry 619
Caption: The three iconic structures in the Marina South area: the Supertree, the Flower Dome and the Singapore Flyer.
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Entry 620
Caption: The tradition of paying respect to our ancestors pass on to the younger generation in the month of “qing ming” festival.
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Entry 621
Caption: The two most well-known organisations in the little red dot.
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Entry 622
Caption: Yunnan Garden – a heritage gem located in the heart of Nanyang Technological University. It is a popular place for students to unwind and admire the historical landscape.
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Entry 623
Caption: Converging Lines – Walked out from the Esplanade theaters to the carpark and noticed this structure. Architectural symmetry of converging lines.
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Entry 624
Caption: Man-Made Cave – The orange glow from the spotlights makes a nicely lit man-made cave at Sentosa island.
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Entry 625
Caption: National Art Gallery, Singapore
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Entry 626
Caption: Graffiti Under the Bridge – Graffiti under an overhead bridge at the Punggol Waterway Park in Singapore. The Punggol Waterway is a newly established housing estate of Singapore.
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Entry 627
Caption: LRT – One of Singapore’s LRT transportation stations.
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Entry 628
Caption: Night Gems – Little huts or chalets beside the horse stable in Punggol look like caravans parked side by side that glow in the dark.
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Entry 629
Caption: City in a Garden – Parks are built alongside housing estates to ensure Singapore’s sustainability as a clean and green environment.0629.jpg

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Entry 630
Caption: A Night at SkyVille – A magical night at the SkyVille estate of Singapore where residents enjoy a panoramic view from the sky garden located on the top floor.
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Entry 631
Caption: Workers’ Dormitory – This is a temporary terrace styled dormitory to house foreign workers after a long day of labour at the nearby construction area of the Punggol estate in Singapore.
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Entry 632
Caption: HDB Rochor center will fade into history but we never forgot that beautiful colorful building.
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Entry 633
Caption: Locked up in memory, before it is gone.0633.jpg
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Entry 634
Caption: Little Guilin is a nature park located in Bukit Batok where children play and escape the hustle and bustle of city life. 0634.jpg

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Entry 635
Caption: Frame within Frame a beautiful sunrise in the little red dot.
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Entry 636
Caption: A peeped into “histroy” ……soon.
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Entry 637
Caption: Frankie Gwee – Frankie met with an accident and used his insurance payout to start a Bak Kut Teh eatery in Outram Park, which became Singapore’s top local cuisine.
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Entry 638
Caption: Stay In Pace – No haste, for the sun has yet to set. Stay in pace, it is good to have you by my side.
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Entry 639
Caption: A last look at Sungei road hawking zone before it vanishes.
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Entry 640
Caption: A peek at some of the items on display at Sungei Road hawking zone.
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Entry 641
Caption: The Chinese who migrated to the Little Red Dot in late 1800s /  early 1900s brought with them traditional culture like the Lion Dance which is still practised widely till today.
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Entry 642
Caption: A Caligraphy master demonstrating his prowess in Bukit Pasoh, an early Chinese settlement area in the Little Red Dot. Many traditional culture and trades are fading off over the years
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Entry 643
Caption: Waiting for the sunset to break fast, during the holy month of Ramadan.
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Entry 644
Caption: Food is huge in our little red dot, both in diversity and originality. Hokkien Mee is one of those iconic dishes that has us licking our lips for more.
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Entry 645
Caption: Creating awareness of our little red dots tradition and core to the next generation
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Entry 646
Caption: Our very own, one and only fire dragon performance in every 2 to 3 years.
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Entry 647
Caption: Our very own, one and only Fire dragon performance every 2 to 3 years.
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Entry 648
Caption: Family Moment – Our young is so precious.
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Entry 649
Caption: Bicycle Network of our Little Red Dot  –  A car-lite city in progress.
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Entry 650
Caption: Multi-Racial Singapore –  We live, work and play as ONE.
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To view Entries #550 to #600 please click here.
To view Entries #651 to #700 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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