... and Moonrise over Suntec City:
You see too few of these pictures around. It leads one to believe that Singaporeans value their own cityscape too little. The fact that the Government has to put pressure on developers to build landmark buildings speaks volumes. And yes, we are starting to cherish our conservation bungalows and shophouses, but they're still being razed and mutilated by the dozen.
Thirty years from now, the next generation will start to regret what happened even today.
Fortunately the tide has turned. Too slow, as always, but already visible in places, such as Blair Road, the street where I live.
Hopefully, as the old becomes scarce, we'll start to cherish the new as well.