Today is close up day. The last few days photos have been from the left side of the Merlion. This is from the right side. You know how some people like photos to be taken from certain sides only? Well, maybe the Merlion likes this angle. haha..
The tall building behind is Swissotel the Stamford - Singapore's tallest hotel.
But wait, also at the park is this miniature merlion. Baby Merlion. Look at the litte boy, playing with water.
Hope you have enjoyed the Merlion Posts. This is the last one :-)
Wow. You really zeroed in.
The big Merlion is the most handsome. The small one looks funny and the one in Sentosa looks scary.
vraiment magnifique cette fontaine. je trouve la premiere photo avec l'immeuble superbe
really splendid this fountain. I find the first photograph with the superb building
About the baby Merlion. Is this relatively new? Sorry for ignorance. I haven't noticed it in late 80's when I was there.
this baby has baby's face :)
That was a curious series, I didn't know anything about it till know! That's great ;)
luggi, i just walked 200 metres to be nearer from yesterday's post! :-)
simcooks, there are 3 big merlions. here, sentosa and mt faber. small one very kiddo looking eh?
olivier, i like the glowing building behind too. :-)
ben, this whole place is relatively new, they moved the merlion from an old place here, so it might be new :-)
dsole, yeah, it's something uniquely singapore :-)
Which is the original one?
the one in these few days' pictures :-)
that's why its called the Merlion Park.
Baby Merlion's head looks so "cracked up"...did somemore just used a hammer to "kok kok" ? Bwahahhhahaa...
I don't want to offend anyone, but looking at the top shot, I was reminded of the time I was spat at by a Llama - or was it an Alpaca... Tissue, please. (Sorry, the above was me; spelling mistake.)
Hi Keropok, nice and difficult at the same time to be back.
I quite enjoyed looking trough your New Year's photos, great.
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