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Olivia Ong Autograph Session
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Before taking my night photography shots of the Merlion and the Singapore Flyer, I managed to get a ticket to local singer Olivia Ong’s You & Me concert at the Esplanade Concert Hall. This was her first concert in Singapore in almost seven years, I think. This was the first live concert of my entire life, and I must say I really enjoyed every bit of it. Too bad I did not really have the chance to use my Canon 600D to take a few shots inside due to a prohibition on flash photography.
There was a post concert autograph session afterwards, and unfortunately, due to the long queues for it, we were not allowed to take pictures together with Olivia, in order to speed things up. Still, I got the chance to get some autographs and shake her hand! She is really much more beautiful in person than on screen in my opinion. I have to admit, I was suffering from being a bit of star-struck that day!
If you are a fan of bossa nova music, I recommend listening to some of her music.
It is located in north east of Western Australia. The nearest major town is Kununurra to the north, or Halls Creek to the south.
Purnululu is the name given to the sandstone area of the Bungle Bungle Range by the Kija Aboriginal people. The name means sandstone or may be a corruption of bundle grass. The range, lying fully within the park, has elevations as high as 578 metres above sea level. It is famous for the sandstone domes, unusual and visually striking with their striping in alternating orange and grey bands. The banding of the domes is due to differences in clay content and porosity of the sandstone layers: the orange bands consist of oxidised iron compounds in layers that dry out too quickly for cyanobacteria to multiply; the grey bands are composed of cyanobacteria growwing on the surface of layers of sandstone where moisture accumulates. www.facebook.com/BRJINC