Singapore Singapore can be experienced from several levels – both from the ground, and from above it. But there is one location which gives you an all-round best set of views (pardon the pun)… and that is from the Singapore Flyer, which takes you up and down in about 30 minutes, giving one views that extend as far as up to 50km into the distance. Here, one looks over the Marina Bay Sands hotel and the city’s Central Business District. This was one of 189 frames that I shot during a time-lapse sequence of Singapore that I was working on. I had been shooting through the glass of one of the capsules of the Singapore flyer, and eliminated reflections thanks to the use of the Lenskirt. The most appealing thing that I find of this image is the long exposure light trails of the vehicles passing by across the bridge.If you have never visited Singapore, you are missing out. This island nation built predominantly on reclaimed land has invented, and reinvented itself over the decades, built on a strong work ethic and an uncompromising view on order. The city has many draw-cards for tourists, all of which are easy to get to, thanks to a super-efficient rapid transport system, and affordable taxis everywhere you go. One of the most well-known landmarks in Singapore is the Marina Bay Sands hotel. Right next to it are the Gardens by the Bay, and Super-Tree Grove, which are a must-see for every tourists visiting here. This view is from across the river, from the bottom of the Singapore Flyer. It was taken shortly after sunset, where the rays of the sun from below the horizon still offered some residual light to illuminate the sky and the clouds. Singapore sits directly underneath the equator; sunsets in this part of the world never last very long.