Weekly Photo Challenge: Scale

~In response to WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge: Scale~

One spot that Danny and I visited in Singapore was the National Museum of Singapore. I wanted to know its culture and days of yore since I always wondered why Indians occupy a big portion of the city’s population. Before I was mesmerized by its rich history, I was welcomed by the astonishing architecture of the museum. Looking at it from the outside gave me some chills and made me want to see the inside. So there I was…


I felt so small while wandering around and looking up at the elegant details of the building. So I specifically asked my personal photographer of the day (Did I say my husband? LOL) to take a photo of me from across. I wanted to show how huge the building is. Do you see it now?


11 thoughts

    1. The museum gives you an immersive experience. The galleries are equipped with many articles. There’s a vast darkened space surrounded by a massive video montage showing everyday life in Singapore while a rousing symphony plays in the background. This was my favorite.

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