This year has already seen an unusual amount of rainfall.
As we sipped our tea on the 102 level of the building, we were dismayed by the heavy rain beating against the window pane.
This marred the otherwise fantastic view – this is the view from the tallest building in the area.
The rain drops have smeared the windows, making the views look uninviting.
As somebody with a craze for taking pictures, I wouldn’t mind taking photos of these; recording that the Lord has given me another blessed day.
Wow! Tea on Level 102! We have our share of tall buildings in Singapore, but I’m not sure if I’ve actually been on the 102nd floor!
I love your optimism, that the rainy day doesn’t take away your enthusiasm for enjoying the occasion or from taking a picture!
Some people thought rainy day is not good for taking photos, I just try to change that thinking.
i love the rain!!!!
🙂 Despite the rain and the fog these are great pictures dear Michael.
A very HAPPY and blessed weekend to you and yours 🙂
I am glad that you like the pictures; these are pictures which people have a distinct like or dislike.
I wish that your weekend is also blessed and you always have a smile on your face 🙂
102 story building! Yikes. I do not like to be much higher up than I can climb up (and down) in a tree. My landscapes shall be with feet on the ground :0
Haha! Safety is all that matters.
Safety often has more to do with perception of a safe situation than the actual physics of the location. The building is probably sructurally sound thus I would have low risk of injury, even though I might not feel stable. In contrast, rock climbers may feel safe in their skill to ascend a steep cliff without safety harnesses, but be at high risk when a hand hold cleaves and gravity gives them a quick lession in velocity and impact… I’m not much of a thrill-seeker.
It has to do with psychology too; many people have phobias. One of my relatives has a phobia of confinement and hate flying!