I said before that I should go around taking photos of interesting buildings (and things, if any) in Singapore. Apart from food photography, I like taking photos of buildings but it is not easy finding an interesting angle of a building to capture.
The Malabar Mosque at the junction of Victoria Street and Jalan Sultan has an eye-catching design, with its blue-and-white tiles and golden domes.
I just went for a full-frontal shot. Boring, I know. But the weather got a little too warm for me to stay enthusiastic about looking for an angle.