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a moment we liked today … city lights

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Marjon has arrived and we are sitting on the balcony of our Singapore apartment… do you like our view too 🙂 ? Marjon took this image with her brand new PhaseOne camera…. my goodness that is serious photography I can tell you.

Tomorrow the big tour through Singapore starts: my favorite spots all combined in a travel tour that is going to be published in one of our absolute favorite mags. We will also shoot my apartment, interesting places in Singapore and everything we see and like!

To let you join in on the fun Marjon and I will share with you snapshots throughout this week here on Bloesem and B:Kids.

And are you a publisher and would like us to photograph something particular while we are here in Singapore then just shoot us an email!

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  1. Ingrid

    When I saw those coloured windows I immediately thought this is China!And yes,when I read the subscription.
    Made also those pictures for an art project..ahh memories.

    Have a good and pleasant time overthere !


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