Accepted Entries Page 15

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 #701 to #750
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Entry 701
Caption: The road to success for the Little Red Dot comes after 50 years of nation building.
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Entry 702
Caption: A Mesmerizing Morning – Merrily, the birds sing along in the early mist. A morning so mesmerizing is too good to be missed.
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Entry 703
Caption: Farewell, Giant – On 23 March 2015, the Little Red Dot grieved the loss of the Giant that worked tirelessly to put her on the BIG world map.
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Entry 704
Caption: Unwavering determination to bid the last goodbye to their big hero who brought the Little Red Dot onto the world stage.
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Entry 705
Caption: A Hardworking Singaporean !
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Entry 706
Caption: PSA Singapore – One of the largest and busiest ports in the world
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Entry 707
Caption: ArtScience Museum
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Entry 708
Caption: Sail boats against the beautiful sunset at the Raffles Marina.
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Entry 709
Caption: A chess game invokes the brains.  Keeps the little red dot pioneer generation away from dementia.
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Entry 710
Caption: Dragon Playground (2016) – A mosaic memento in remembering the old school playgrounds in Singapore.
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Entry 711
Caption: Lilly Pond.
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Entry 712
Caption: Singapore’s CBD skyline shows how much our Our Little Red Dot has achieved in so short a time.
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Entry 713
Caption: Kampung Lorong Buangkok – Built in 1956, it is the last surviving and forgotten Kampung located in mainland Singapore in the 21st century.
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Entry 714
Caption:  The Gardens By The Bay, an award-winning master piece, places the Little Red Dot on the world map as a tropical garden city
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Entry 715
Caption: The last train has left.  But the history of this Singapore-Malaysia connection will be remembered by the presence of the KTM Railway Truss Bridge in Bukit Timah.
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Entry 716
Caption:  It has been a culture now that every racial festival in Singapore is well-lighted up and celebrated across the Little Red Dot.  Deepavali in Little India is no exception.
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Entry 717
Caption: In the name of development and advancement, the colourful rainbow HDB blocks that is Rochor Centre will soon be confined to history.
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Entry 718
Caption: Non-connectivity in the Little Red Dot is rarely encountered.
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Entry 719
Caption: The last Kampong cluster in Lorong Buangkok, the root of the Little Red Dot, facing the fate of demolition to make way for modernization.
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Entry 720
Caption: A common sight and the basic accommodation need in the Little Red Dot.
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Entry 721
Caption: Chinatown is one of the ethnic clusters in the Little RED Dot that no tourists or locals will miss.
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Entry 722
Caption: Whampoa Dragon – This 3-storey high water fountain was built in 1973 by Housing Board in Whampoa Drive housing estate. It has since ceased operation in the 90s.
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Entry 723
Caption: Rochor Center at Night – Last glimpse on one of the colorful HDB flats at Rochor Center before it makes way for the new North-South Expressway.
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Entry 724
Caption: National Theater Sculpture – National Theater was built on the slope of Fort Canning Park along River Valley Road. It was officially opened on 8 August 1963 to commemorate Singapore’s self-government.
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Entry 725
Caption: Pride in the famous icons of the Little Red Dot shot during the blue hour, gives it a different feel.
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Entry 726
Caption: Truly Singaporean! Housing and Car
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Entry 727
Caption: Reminiscing the vibrant Boat Quay – from trading and coolies loading/unloading onto bumboats then to chilling out at restaurants and pubs now.
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Entry 728
Caption: Looks like somewhere in UK, except for the weather!  Wessex, an old part of Singapore, is a serene estate tucked away near the west.
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Entry 729
Caption: The Fullerton Hotel – fond memories of when it used to be the Central Post Office.
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Entry 730
Caption: Is it Pura? Many such cats are found in Singapore, and this ginger cat is a pretty sight, lounging at Dempsey.
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Entry 731
Caption: Little Red Dot is a green city!
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Entry 732
Caption: The unique liquid takeaway carrier – milk can is recycled as a container for takeaway hot drinks.
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Entry 733
Caption: Dying trade – sad to see that such craftsman, will no longer exist in the near future.
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Entry 734
Caption: No event has ever galvanized Singaporeans together as much as the passing of the Founding Father of Modern Singapore, Mr Lee Kuan Yew.
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Entry 735
Caption: Sporty Lifestyle is fast catching-up as a trend in the little red dot with
many events going on almost every weekends.
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Entry 736
Caption: The Ice Cream Man rushing from one place to another to get his customers in Bencoolen’s heartland.
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Entry 737
Caption: We have Dreams – A retreat to focus on our dreams and plan for the future.
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Entry 738
Caption: Nature in our Parks – The Eco Lake in Botanic Gardens is home to the black swans and terrapins.
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Entry 739
Caption: Fun Time at Gardens by the Bay Dye-nosaur Gardens during the recent Children’s Festival attracts tourists of all ages.
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Entry 740
Caption: The Yellow Flame, a heritage tree can be seen booming with flowers in our heartlands all over the little red dot during its flowering periods.
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Entry 741
Caption: Our new iconic National Stadium Sports Hub opened up its detachable roof during the evening blue hour as kids playing a soccer game nearby.
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Entry 742
Caption: An unusual perspective of visitors enjoying a scenic breathtaking view from the OCBC Skyway at Gardens by the Bay.
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Entry 743
Caption: An aerial view of Orchard Road focusing on the iconic pagoda lookalike Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel situated at the corner of Orchard and Scotts Road.
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Entry 744
Caption: Changi Airport, the world’s Best Airport (Skytrax  2013- 2017), is a gateway that connects the little red dot to the world. Being the busiest airport, is forever expanding
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Entry 745
Caption: The Marina Bay is a must-visit for the tourists, especially avid photographers. The financial centre has become an icon and symbol of the little red dot.
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Entry 746
Caption: The Red House Bakery in Katong, established in 1925, is an icon fondly remembered by Singaporeans for their cakes and curry puffs, especially those who have stayed in the east.
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Entry 747
Caption: Pulau Ubin is a small kampong but it never lose its shine in culture,  nature’s beauty and recreation, such as this Wesak Day celebration held in a Chinese temple.
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Entry 748
Caption: We love our food spicy here in our little red dot and no food encapsulates this ideal more than the Curry Chicken, a firm favourite with locals and foreigners alike. 
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Entry 749
Caption: Dermafloral Beauty Grand Opening – Ribbon cutting ceremony of Dermafloral Beauty Grand Opening held at Bugis Cube.
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Entry 750
Caption: Salted Egg Yolk Crab – Singapore’s iconic cuisine, the salted egg yolk crab spiced with curry leaves and chili.
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To view Entries #651 to #700 please click here.
To view Entries #751 to #800 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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