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.
A solitary hotel guest, immersed in his book, graces a timber-floored corridor looking out onto the courtyard of Singapore’s colonial-era Raffles Hotel.
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.
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