Tuesday, February 21, 2006

The Morning After

Taking an early morning stroll along Clarke Quay over the weekend, I spotted this row of empty Bacardi Breezer bottles all lined up on the wall parapet of the bridge. With the colorful green and orange labels, I couldn't resist taking a shot of these bottles - hints of the great party which was probably had on this bridge the night before.
The Morning After
With the local policemen now keeping a look-out for teens who stay out after 11 p.m., could this have been a last-ditch attempt by some teens for a taste of freedom?

Took my shot and scooted out of the place before the trash-police arrive and book me for littering!


Anonymous Clare Eats said...

Great political?? photo. The background is soooo pretty!

2/21/2006 02:15:00 PM  
Blogger J said...

hi cath, i'm really loving your series of random photos, always so beautifully rendered and poignant!

2/21/2006 03:07:00 PM  
Anonymous spots said...

u are finally back in singapore! bet u miss viet food huh? any tips on where to find good viet food in singapore? i've been searching for ages!

2/21/2006 06:59:00 PM  
Blogger eatzycath said...

hi clare, the bougainvillea bushes were quite cheery.. political? no, just a comment of the times :)

thanks J, I'm trying to justify the price I paid for the Digital SLR!

hi spots, been back for awhile and still missing viet food - if i'm successful in finding any in SG, i will definitely share but no luck as yet!

2/21/2006 08:15:00 PM  
Blogger slurp! said...

hmm .. interesting ... pure coincidence?!!! I was just thinking how should I post up 5 bottles of different tasting Ale I drunk in NZ :) hmm ... better go check my toto tickets :D

2/21/2006 09:27:00 PM  
Blogger boo_licious said...

I echo J - these random shots are very nice.

2/22/2006 04:35:00 AM  
Blogger eatzycath said...

hahahh slurp, looking forward to your pic on the ale bottles, hope I get a share of that toto prize if it's a winning ticket :)

thanks, boo_licious, for the encouraging words!

2/22/2006 10:15:00 PM  
Blogger Godknows said...

Most of bars in Hanoi must close at 11 but teenage usually hanging around till 2 am driving around but they drink heaps of rice wine too. They must very stick in Sing, I reakon. Very nice photo.

2/24/2006 12:26:00 PM  
Blogger eatzycath said...

thanks VG, the 11 pm thing is not a curfew but a police initiative to try and keep teenagers from getting into trouble late at night, e.g. drinking alcohol (which they are not legally allowed to anyway if they below 16 or is it 18?), and getting into gang-fights etc.

2/25/2006 01:04:00 AM  

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