Wednesday, March 25, 2009

A Dash of Orange Amongst Gray...

Was all it took to make my day!

We moved to a new office this week (actually, the old office from where we moved out and have moved back in. But it's new for me!). So I am busy spending my last week establishing a new routine - timing my mornings, dashing to the bus stop, stteling into a new coffee routine, finding lunch places to eat...

The one thing I do miss - ok! I hear you. I've not been here long enough to "miss" things. May be I should say, the one thing that I did like about the other office was the view of the Quay. The orange and red tiled brick houses breaking the monotony and the monstrosity of grey office buildings around.

Boat Quay along the Singapore river from 34th floor, Battery Road



The bright orange and brown brick tile roofs



Singapore sprawled beneath a cloud laden sky - yea, it was going to rain!

9 comments:

Final_Transit said...

One thing for sure, if you keep looking at the pictures, you'll start missing the place even more!

Loved the dash of orange. Very unusual!

sandeep said...

nice dash of orange ... especially liked the last pic

Hobo ........ ........ ........ said...

Attractive.
Planned city.

Girl With Big Eyes said...

Wow! Is that for real? Looks so neat and clean and all the houses look brand new!

I would never get any work done if I had a window view like that!

GMG said...

Hi Ms.N! Sorry for the absence! It has been hard to get some free time... ;)
Wow! this is lovely, but with the climate you have, better at night or in the air conditionned... ;))

Now, «The Masterpiece» waits you and your comments at Blogtrotter. You shouldn’t miss it, believe me... ;). Enjoy and have a great weekend!

Cate said...

Beautiful lines, colours and shots. Nice to see Singapore from the air.

Sriram P said...

nice pics.. :)

Ms.N said...

thanks all!

@GWBE...
well, luckily i wasn't sitting right beside the window. when u stare a comp screen for the most of the day, this site was the one of the few respites available!

Manish Kumar said...

Wonderful Pics !