Singapore flyer

We went to the Singapore flyer in the very first weekend that we landed in Singapore. It was the first time that I saw such a huge giant-wheel. I loved it on sight but was apprehensive as I usually throw up because of the spinning but it was slow…….. very slow so much that we didn’t even feel as though we were moving. You can also avail of their food and beverage services wherein you can share a cosy meal with the one you love and watch the entire city move slowly. It is more beautiful at night. I was totally enthralled by it……. my first experience of Singapore.

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    Tom December 15, 2011

    Hi all,

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    SmilingSally December 12, 2011

    It’s breath catching, isn’t it?

    I have always loved a blue sky.

    Happy Blue Monday, Ranu.

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    lina@happy family December 12, 2011

    Lovely composition. I love seeing the clouds inside the wheel 🙂

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    ~JarieLyn~ December 11, 2011

    Very nice wheel. I am scared to ride those things but you captured it nicely and I’m glad you enjoyed the ride.

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    Mark, Bagman, and Butler December 11, 2011

    Spectacular wheel! I really like the way it frames the cloud formation. I’m not sure whether I like the building in the corner. On the one hand, it distracts – on the other hand, it juxaposes some angularity which pushes the eye back into the wheel. I really can’t decide whether I like it or not.

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    Andy December 11, 2011

    I’m scared of those things…way too high up in the air for me!
    Great shot though!
    Thanks for sharing.

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    Jama December 11, 2011

    A very familiar sight in my country! Been on it once and I think that’s enough.

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    Pauline December 10, 2011

    That is one huge wheel! Beautifully captured.

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    Ann December 10, 2011

    I don’t like fliers, my fears were confirmed when it broken down.

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