Exposure: 0.001 sec (1/800)
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ISO Speed: 80
Exposure Bias: 0 EV
Red & Green Flats.
Pretty imposing! Nice angle — really points up the size of the buildings.
The colors of these buildings compete very well. I like the red a bit better, just a little more subtle of hue. But these buildings pair up very well around the Christmas holidays…
Very nice shot of these buildings…
Happy Ruby Tuesday to you!
Very unique angle and colors of the building! I wonder who came up with the idea. Have a great day, Elaine 🙂
Very nice shot for Ruby Tuesday!
I love the colors of the buildings. Very different. Nice shot!!
What a contrast of colours between the 2 flats which are side by side. Thought flats in the same region will have the same paint colour???
At Outram Park, there were ‘rainbow’ flats. I prefer these one coloured ones. 🙂
I can always come to this site when I want to see a great looking photo.
As always, very nicely done. Happy RT.
Interesting contrast. I had forgotten how much I enjoyed your photos.
both buildings have interesting colors. Thanks for sharing on RT.
Great shot. I love the contrast of primary colours. Happy WW
Such unusual colours to find on high rises! Great angle! They look very imposing!
that is a strangely appealing colour combination for the HDB flats.
I really like the contrast between the two colours of buildings. Good RT choice.
My choice for Ruby Tuesday is posted here.
Interesting having a red building and a green building side by side. I prefer the red one!
I like the perspective of the photo.
Happy Ruby Tuesday Elaine ~
So neat! Love the single colors with the black and white background. I love your other photos too.
great angle! Christmas flats 😉
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