It was the shapes that appealed to me.
I’ve been wondering what to do with my photos of the extraordinary new buildings around Singapore’s Marina Bay. I was there early in the morning, but there was little colour in the sky. So I had an idea – how about making everything black and white?
It’s my first foray into this sort of photography, so while unconditional praise is welcome, please bear in mind that constructive criticism could be discouraging to a beginner.
There's very little colour there anyway.
The Artscience Museum - open now with the Titanic Experience exhibition.
Workers admire the Titanic's unsinkable hull. I didn't take this photo...well, yes, I took the photo, but someone else had already taken the original. All I had to do was conceal my camera from security.
Marina Bay Sands Hotel towers over it all.
'Futuristic' is the cliché that comes to mind.
Esplanade Arts Centre - is it just me, or from this angle does it look like...ah, stop it!
The skin of 'the Durian' - Esplanade from close up.
The real trees in the new Botanic Gardens may take some time to grow, but meanwhile these will have to do.
I caught this couple posing (rather melodramatically) for their wedding photos. They were in black and white too.