Photo Challenge : Curve 

When curves are right and turns are perfect it will automatically leads to path of success.
This picture I clicked from Marina Bay in year 2011.

Singapore Flyer

With Love,

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© Anjali Sharma, Positive Side Of The Coin

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Attitude is a little thing that makes a big difference. ~Winston Churchill I believe that life is beautiful,one should enjoy it and stay positive. This blog is about being positive and curious about mystery of mankind. Someone truly said expand your thoughts and you will enlarge your world. Follow this blog to see positive side of every aspect. It's about encouraging people to try out new pattern of thinking. Little about myself, With Ten years of experience as Television Producer, I started my career as an independent documentary filmmaker...I worked in television industry for decade....took break from industry when I delivered baby in 2015. One fine day I thought to write letter to my husband in which I wrote him how I see life....in the evening when he came home and instead of discussing letter part he asked me to start writing...as he thought I can express myself more in writing rather then as person. I thought blogging is out of box idea... The truth is, cheesy as it sounds, the internet has changed our lives. And now I can share my thoughts with whole world :)

18 thoughts on “Photo Challenge : Curve 

          1. See many bad reviews about Marina Bay Sands . . . and iconic building in Singapore with a disaster stay – not worth the value for money!! I was invited to take a tour at 1330!! (worst time of the day to do photography from the view points) and I had to decline the offer.

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  1. That’s a great picture, AND an amazing usage of curves, all rolled into one. I think the only way Singapore could improve on that entire scene that you captured there, would be to figure out a way to have the traffic run through the center of the Flyer. Even I would pay for that experience, and after 13 years working and living on travelling carnivals, I don’t usually partake of carnival rides any longer. At any rate, nice picture.

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