Chandeliers inspired by nautical anchors are a striking feature of Singapore’s Clifford Pier, a historic maritime terminal that is now a high-profile restaurant. I shot this through a cascade of white orchids that echoed the colonial-era roof.
Shophouse windows form an interesting diagonal, emphasised by their strong colours, on Chinatown Food Street in Singapore. Notice how one of the windows appears to have been singed on its inner panels?
An ornate side gate leading from a side arcade into the landmark Raffles Hotel in Singapore. I deliberately lined up the potted palm in the distance to juxtapose metal and leaves, as well as straight lines and gentle curves.
Unique light contrasts, tones and shapes, as seen from the deep interior of the 19th-century Raffles Hotel in Singapore. Check out the almost-golden contrasts that cloak the pillars, the underneath of the arch and the rectangular window.