I have always been impressed by the architecture of this flat building. It’s such a cool optical effect. This is the Gateway building where a friend used to work.
Try as he might B can never avoid the dreaded ERP gantry. There’s always one around the corner no matter how many detours you take. It’s the Singapore government’s way of controlling traffic flow and making money at the same time, while we mutter under our breath that this is daylight robbery. It’s another annoying acronym for Electronic Road Pricing.
Wish I could get a better shot of this beautiful old church. I think it’s the
Armenian Church St Andrews Cathedral.
Blogger Renes will be having her wedding at the Armenian Church. She has awesome shots of the interior of the church as well.
That first building always screws with my mind!
I always wonder what it’s like inside one of the corner offices.
Eh this angle looks more like st Andrews! 🙂
oops…guess I wanted an excuse to feature your wedding venue and photos
The church looks like St. Andrew’s Cathedral downtown, by the City Hall MRT.
Oops….both churches are lovely though…. 🙂
Oh that’s the Gateway Building, and it was designed by I.M. Pei! (the man who designed the pyramid thing at the Lourve and the Bank of China building in HK).
Wow that’s so cool! Thanks for the info Kierstens 🙂
not trying to be smartypants, but apart from st. andrew’s church, the top 2 pics – Gateway & ParcoBugis are somewhere near(er) to Bugis mrt.
appears like you were heading for funan during this trip.
I am so hopeless when it comes to direction…yes you’re right….we were heading to Funan 🙂
i had to break it…Mad Men could? be delayed till March 2012!
Oh no….I love that show!!! but why?
apparently, some contractual issues between director/writer and production studio…
i was so looking forward to season5