Survey after survey ranks Singapore Airlines at the top, and no wonder. These are photos from the airline's web site of the suites aboard Singapore's A-380s.
Checking on a suite on a random Sydney to London Heathrow roundtrip, departing SYD on 1 January and returning two weeks later, the price came back at AUD$16353.16. That's AUD$32706.32 for the two of you, or USD$31323.48, according to the currency converter in the column on the right.
But now the big news: Now, instead of spending more than the gross national per caita income of all but five countries in the world, you can cash in some of your frequent flyer miles for those suites. How many miles for a a couple of suites, SYD-LHR-SYD? According to this flyertalk thread, just 6,200,200.
Get yours today.
It's been a lot of fun experimenting with High Dynamic Range photography over the past year, learning when
photos benefit most from retaining a realistic look and when it's more
fun to go "full HDR." Here are two examples of the latter:
Ladies in a raft, Hoi An, Vietnam.
The Singapore Skyline.
See the whole HDR Gallery at EarthPhotos.com. Next, we'll look at a couple of much more realistic HDRs from Australia.
We're having the best time with HDRs over at EarthPhotos.com. Along with last Friday's photo quiz photo from Singapore, this one comes from a stash of RAW photos we took back in 2005. See the growing collection in the HDR Gallery at EarthPhotos.com.
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Here's a photo from Dunlop Street in Singapore's Indian quarter. It's featured in EarthPhotos.com's Food and Singapore galleries.