Singapore has a lot of really interesting architectural bits, both classic and modern.
Singapore Skyline from across the Marina Bay.
Singapore wasn't as clean or orderly as the hype had led me to believe. It probably helped that I was staying in Little India quarter: full of color, sound, and people. I recommend it thoroughly.
|Gili Trawangan Sunset
Sunset on the island of Gili Trawangan, Indonesia. This photo of mine was awarded 2nd place in a photo contest organized by the North Saskatchewan Riverkeeper Program. Yay clean water!
I recently returned to Vancouver after 8 months of travelling in California and Southeast Asia. I've gone through almost all of my photos from the trip. I've added my favorites to the Vorg photo pool on Flickr, so take a look!
(Flickr even has a new snazzy photo-pool display now)
|Fun with Fire
This is a photo of home-made flame-throwers lighting the effigy during Burn in the Forest, the BC regional Burning Man event recently held in the Squamish valley. I had an excellent time there, and here are the rest of my photographs.
|Vancouver Port Dragon
The eastside cultural crawl inspired me to buff up my photography. Thinking about what I would show if I was displaying a photo exhibit, I went back and remastered one of my all-time favorite shots. Click to enlarge.
| This image is just begging to be photoshopped (or GIMP'd, or Elemented, or whathave you), people! I've turned on image downloading, and you have one week to show what I'm dreaming about.
Winner gets a freaky Japanese Kit Kat of their choice (options include: Cherry Blossom, Sea Salt, and Soy Sauce. Yes, they really do exist.) Post your entry here by midnight on Monday, July 7th to be eligible for fame and prizes!
|Ants on Beatty
The full Beatty St wall is now part of my updated Vancouver Murals photoset.
|Bloedel Floral Conservatory
The Bloedel Floral Conservatory sits under a tropical dome in Queen Elizabeth Park. It has some cool plants and birds to see, for the $5 admission fee. A cool discovery! See my photos.