New shelter way built from the bus stop at St. Andrew's Cathedral to the National Gallery! It's really pretty with the reflections :-)
Traveller mama chin as my photo subject for the day.
Haha, I find it cute how I pointed my camera upwards and my mum immediately looked up as well. Really like this shot!
The architecture of the museum is really beautiful! Interesting how they turned the ex-Supreme Court into a gallery. However, my mum and I found the arrangement of art pieces rather confusing. We felt they were just hung up randomly and the structure of some exhibitions made it awkward to view the art pieces.
:-) Love this shot too - children don't hide their emotions.
One of the interesting art techniques I saw: Woodcut.
I found this piece pretty interesting because compared to every other older pieces, this one used neon colours.
I'm pretty happy that I saw so many people at the National Gallery. Even if they were just snapping away at the description boxes or their children, I feel/hope that art can be more appreciated in SG. This week I discovered a variety of different art exhibitions happening/going to happen around the city and that's cool! I sense a growing interest for the arts and I'm really excited about it :-)
Mama chin trying to act sad in the holding cell.
(when mama chin and I felt we had enough of looking at paintings hahaha)
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It was raining pretty heavily but we were indoors - it was beautiful how the rain poured down on the glass ceilings, and everyone just stood and watched.
Just realised we didn't manage to see the more well-known architectural dome structure that people have been posting on Instagram (the white round thing in the middle of the picture). Meh, hahaha!