Accepted Entries Page 19

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 #901 to #950
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Entry 901
Caption: Little Red Dot: The sky is the limit
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Entry 902
Caption: Cycling across the Marina Bay and City Hall is one of the best things to do in Singapore, while enjoying all the colonial heritage building across the streets.
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Entry 903
Caption: Unofficially referred to as a Garden City instead of a concrete jungle, many roof top are converted to skygarden for public to chill out and enjoy the skyline view.
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Entry 904
Caption: Paddling through the lust green of MacRitchie reservoir is only one of many activities that have been ramping up recently to appreciate and explore the nature in Singapore.
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Entry 905
Caption: Despite the massive urbanisation growth in the mainland, the old rustic simple life in Pulau Ubin are well kept undisturbed, offering opportunity for us to escape from the city life.
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Entry 906
Caption: Contrasting view of Red and White house in a back lane in Chinatown.
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Entry 907
Caption: Kayaking through the mangrove forest could help refreshing our minds, while at the same time increasing our awareness of its importance to costal life in Singapore.
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Entry 908
Caption: The Beautiful City We Built Together
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Entry 909
Caption: According to some internet resources, this type of Trilobite Beetle is only found in Singapore.
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Entry 910
Caption: Kamala – The Sanskrit for lotus flower. A beautiful flower that emerged from the mud. It depicts life can be beautiful despite its origin and obstacles.
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Entry 911
Caption: Fishermen @ work in the morning dusk.
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Entry 912
Caption: Dusky skyline of the red dot with a floating boat and a fallen sun.
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Entry 913
Caption: Heritage buildings like these in Joo Chiat are being preserved for the future generations.
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Entry 914
Caption: Just like our little red dot, the labybird is small yet beautiful.
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Entry 915
Caption: Panguni Uthiram is an event similar to Thaipusam where Hindu worshippers offer their sacrifice. 
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Entry 916
Caption: A little red dot is actually A City in a Garden.
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Entry 917
Caption: A little red dot is One United Nation regardless of race, language or religion.
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Entry 918
Caption: Innovation is most welcome in a little red dot as it inspire Singaporean to think out-of-box.
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Entry 919
Caption: Racial Harmony is uniquely in a little red dot.
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Entry 920
Caption: Transformation of Marina Bay, with the new Jubilee Bridge, attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors annually.
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Entry 921
Caption: Visitors waiting for the nightly light display at Marina Bay Sands Event Plaza.
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Entry 922
Caption: Kite Festival is one of the many annual festivals held in a little red dot.
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Entry 923
Caption: Shipyard workers – A group of Sembawang shipyard workers starting work after sunset.
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Entry 924
Caption: Morning Exercise – A group of residents from Yishun were doing their morning exercise at Lower Seletar Reservoir.
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Entry 925
Caption: Marketing – Residents at Chong Pang market buying vegetables.
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Entry 926
Caption: Playing Chinese Chess – Elderly folks enjoy playing Chinese chess at Chinatown.
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Entry 927
Caption: Birds Singing – Residents in Marshiling enjoy birds singing with their friends over weekend.
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Entry 928
Caption: Celebrate Chinese New Year – Difference races celebrate Chinese New Year watching the lion dance performance.
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Entry 929
Caption: Gardening – An old woman cutting vegetable at community garden.
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Entry 930
Caption: Our Hero – Joseph Schooling – Supported celebrated during Joseph Schooling won Singapore’s first-ever Olympic gold medal.
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Entry 931
Caption: Woodlands Town – Woodlands Town will be the next development in Singapore.
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Entry 932
Caption: Water Wakeboarding – I believe I can fly…. 
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Entry 933
Caption: Makeup Artist – Look gorgeous with magic hands.
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Entry 934
Caption: I feel that this mundane task of buying groceries and walking through the void deck is something that many Singaporeans do and is part of living in Singapore.
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Entry 935
Caption: This photo illustrates the culture and heritage Singapore has through its art and People. It showcases Singapore’s vibrancy.
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Entry 936
Caption: This photo depicts one of Singapore’s transportation services. Began in 1987, it is one of the most recognizable transportation amongst Singaporeans & tourists.
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Entry 937
Caption: City in the Mist. One month of haze every year shows how the little red dot is vulnerable to the environment. 
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Entry 938
Caption: Glamour of the City.
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Entry 939
Caption: Cleaning the Garden City.  Cleaners keep the city shining. 
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Entry 940
Caption: A hot favourite here in our dynamic food culture,Satay is an immensely popular dish that speaks SINGAPORE quite loudly indeed! Miss it every time I’m abroad!
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Entry 941
Caption: Mention Char Kway Teow and many Singaporeans will be drooling for this magical noodle dish that has stood the test of time from our fore-fathers to the current generation.
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Entry 942
Caption: A Small Red Dot City.
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Entry 943
Caption: The Pasir Ris Park  spans along the coastline. Only during  low tides, those sticks are visible. The sticks are used to trap fish when the  tide retreats.
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Entry 944
Caption: The food, the wet market and especially the friendly stall holders in Tiong Bahru Market are what bring us back there again and again.
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Entry 945
Caption: The Aunty – Always saw these aunties or uncles picking up cardboards or newspapers. They are also known as ‘karang guni’
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Entry 946
Caption: It’s time to put Singapore flag on cute face.
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Entry 947
Caption: The most precious time with Dad. I love Dad.
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Entry 948
Caption: Let’s dance tonight for Chingay Parade.
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Entry 949
Caption: This is the one and only estate in spore that has
so many colours.
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Entry 950
Caption: Buddha Tooth Temple is an iconic building in China Town. Different religious groups are being embraced by the society. 
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To view Entries #851 to #900 please click here.
To view Entries #951 to #1000 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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