Another familiar sight for Singaporeans from my ARPS panel…

The windows of the Ministry of Information, Communication and The Arts (MITA) building at Hill Street has fascinated many photographers with their brightly coloured windows. I was lucky to take this shot right before dusk, when the lights were just turned on within the building. Due to switch timer differences perhaps, the group of windows on the left had their lights turned on first, leaving the rest of the windows dark. I thought that the lighted windows provided an interesting distraction from the repetitive patterns of the darker windows.

Answer to the previous ARPS picture: the streaks of light are made by the tourist bumboats travelling by the water-side. The flashes of light are made by tourists taking snapshots with their compact cameras as the boats passed by. Guess I was lucky that they were timed and spaced at such regular intervals!