And so there I was driving home one Saturday evening, when I saw the beginnings of a beautiful sky filled with threatening clouds backdropped against the local neighbourhood church steeple. Rushing home, I pulled out my digital SLR and rushed back to the church location, all in record time since dusk does not wait for any man...or woman....
A composition of rising spikes (part of the church gates) and steeple arching towards the heavens in the early evening light. I liked the convergence of the straight lines towards the centre-top portion of the picture, as if there is an invisible ladder to the top.
Evening prayers at the close of day, a time for contemplative reflection, a time to give thanks. Sunsets have always been a magical time for me, and especially precious considering that it is quite difficult to catch a sunset behind a desk as a working adult for 5 days a week.
A lone street lamp overshadowed by the wondrous color play at dusk. Strong sunset colors that last no more than 15 minutes at most.
As the evening lengthens, the dramatic skies are a portent of the night to come. And I return home, silent and wondrously grateful for the opportunity to capture these beautiful scenes, in this little isle called Singapore.