#67. An Expanding MRT Line With Art to Gaze at

Not only are we becoming even more well connected, the newest lines have the most gorgeous art installations.  When I first saw what looks like ‘mercury droplets’ to me at Promenade station I was blown away.  The mirror effect made it even prettier.

photo by bookjunkie

photo by bookjunkie

photo by bookjunkie

photo by bookjunkie

There’s also traditional looking artwork that looks very local and identifies the train station as very ‘Singapore’. This one I saw at the older Dhoby Ghaut MRT.

photo by bookjunkie

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4 Responses to #67. An Expanding MRT Line With Art to Gaze at

  1. LL says:

    Wow! So pretty and new! I miss public transportation, but where I live it is a nightmare to use. A car and all its expenses is a necessity =(
    By the way, how do you manage to have so many posts per day? Do you really do all those things every day (and post about it)? I can barely handle one post a day, and it’s usually about an event that happened aeons ago. =)

    • bookjunkie says:

      some I edited and republished or photos taken some time ago 🙂 Mostly photos are easy to post about…no thinking

      • LL says:

        Are photos really easy? I found them extra difficult (due to windows compatibility issues) and a total pain. I wish there was a way to auto caption and insert them all at once. Is there a way? I can only find the gallery and slideshow. I ended up using html for posts with 40+ pictures :/

      • bookjunkie says:

        I wish there was too. But I upload them all at one go and insert them later. I wish they would have a upload all onto the page feature rather than one by one. I use the gallery when I have too many.

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