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    Interesting collage!

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    Why not add a border to make it more complete?? Nice collage for cafe.

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    Very nice layout.. Nice colors..

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    wow, very well pieced together, lovely!

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    This wonderful exhibits are great inspirations. This will sure make beautiful display in the wall of my home. May be i will explore this idea where i will do one for Kuala Lumpur with the similar idea and name it as colours of Kuala Lumpur one day.

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    Thanks for the comments!

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    Nice montage. Now go do one for joo chiat, geylang... etc

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    Agree with Terence. Nice nice nice!. What a great way to showcase the spirit of the area. And yes, do one for every estate and area. I think that would be an interesting experiment. Nicely done as it invites the viewer to inspect each picture whilst admiring the overall.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluroom
    Agree with Terence. Nice nice nice!. What a great way to showcase the spirit of the area. And yes, do one for every estate and area. I think that would be an interesting experiment. Nicely done as it invites the viewer to inspect each picture whilst admiring the overall.
    Thanks. I will surely go into the ideas suggested by you guys, to do one on some estates.

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