At only 70-ish miles from the equator there's no traditional northern hemisphere change in the seasons here in Singapore. I thought this might be an interesting exercise in sharing the shades of a tropical Asian autumn; lush, vibrant and dripping with
I managed to post last week's purple pictures from the departures lounge in Changi airport, and in the intervening days we have been experiencing serious culture shock in Hong Kong. Hence the radio silence; I apologise profusely for not applauding all the lovely purple posts last week. Normal service will now be resumed!
So here are some of the browns to be seen in Singapore this autumn, plus one from Hong Kong.
|Little India shophouses|
|a shade of brown that makes my life managable|
|and people say Singapore's too slick and squeaky clean. I love this textured street.|
|a thoughtful macaque by the path on a jungle walk|
|our favourite coffee/babycino spot, Loysel's Toy at Kampong Bugis|
|Singaporean cafes are big on latte art, this is one of the cutest we've seen so far at Forty Hands in Tiong Bahru|
|in my opinion all the best cocktail bars,like Speakeasy on Blair Road, contain cats|
|a beautiful, if rather redundant, chain|
|ironmongery, Hong Kong style|
See my green, yellow, orange, red and purple photos from previous weeks here!