if walls could talk

Singapore has a relatively short history, so our historic buildings are also fairly young. Nevertheless, I am awed by the beauty and gravity that is conservation, and the importance of these buildings to our past.

Feature Photo: heritage houses in River Valley which I run past often. I lived further down the street when I was about 3, my mother tells me.

This post is my contribution to One Word Sunday: Sepia hosted by Debbie at TravelWithIntent & LPM Photo Adventure hosted by LittlePiecesofMe

12 Replies to “if walls could talk”

  1. Ju-Lyn, a lovely part of town and buildings are fascinating. I too often wonder what they have seen, the events, experiences they’ve witnessed over the years! Whatever the age of buildings it is important that they are being looked after!

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  2. That’s wonderful that they keep the old buildings too – too many cities replace them with new ones. Personally I like the juxtaposition of old and new buildings side by side. 😊

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