A slice of the blue sky caught in a giant ball— one of the many large installations you will find on the grounds just outside the Asian Civilisations Museum in Singapore, which takes you on a grand exploration of the ancestral cultures of Singaporeans and the diverse artistic heritage of Asia. Besides the gorgeous weather and the friendly people, it is this wonderful mix of diverse cultural identities that make up the fabric of the beautiful city of Singapore—a true melting pot of Asia.
Linking this with #Skywatch Friday, where people post beautiful sky shots from different parts of the world.) Thank you for stopping by. Hope to see you again.
Thank you, Thomas
Great find Esha. This reminds me of a similar metal installation in Chicago.
Thanks, Arvind. Yes, it is similar to the Bean —the iconic installation at Chicago.
you are welcome, Esha! 🙂
Hey, wow, Esha! That is one giant ball, haan! When I read the title of the post, I thought may be you have clicked the sun in its giant avatar (at 12 noon!). 😛
Haha, Shilpa…I always look away from the Sun…(as any “Migraine sufferer” will tell you) All my shots are taken at the other end of the original giant ball. 🙂
What a beautiful shot, Esha! You can see the whole world in a globe 🙂
Thank you so much, Shailaja. Yes, you’re right…the world reflected in the ball is indeed eye-catching!
Love this giant ball and what a lovely capture, Esha!!
What a lovely and creative idea! Thanks for sharing! <a href="https://shirleycorder.com/blog-award/https://shirleycorder.com/blog-award/"The Entertainer Blogger Award
Thanks for stopping by, Shirley and sharing your thoughts. 🙂
Wonderful, imaginative capture, Esha!
Thank you for stopping by the blog, Alana. 🙂
Oh that is beautiful. Love the picture and the idea.
Thank you, Suzy. Glad you do. 🙂