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While walking along one of the malls in Singapore, specifically the one connected to Meritus Mandarin Hotel. We found a really cozy area where people can rest from all the walking and shopping in really nice couches. While we were having a break there, we saw people seating a few couches away from us taking pics in the couch. We checked the couch we were seating on and realized that it's a pretty neat place to take some pics, and so we did just that.

His shots...

My turn...

Us two...

We really loved that couch! ;)

I'm out.


That's quite a artsy couch to sit on in a mall! I even thought it looked like the work of Zaha Hadid.
Rico said…
prenup na ba yan? :))
Calvin said…
hehe instant photo-ops nga. the place lookd really nice. ganda rin ng lighting and background.
witsandnuts said…
Para nang pre-nup! =)
Photo Cache said…
that is a funky couch, i love it.

it would be a standout in any room
kg said…
nice photos ha!

grabe, that couch is just for people to rest? eh parang gusto ko na iuwi yan eh!
princess_dyanie said…
ay eto yung sa FB na akala ko sa Ikea hehe ;P
docgelo said…
gorgeous! i mean the couch, *grin*
the donG said…
hahaha... ganda nga. kahit anong kuha maganda. nakadagdag diyan ang ganda ng backdrop.
Cza said…
@The Nomadic Pinoy - ooooh, I shall look for Zaha Hadid's works! ;)

@Rico - Naku hindiiiiiiiii... =P

@Calvin - tas cute din kami di ba? Hahahaha!

@witsandnuts - hahaha! Di sya prenup.. :D pero at least pwede...

@Chyng - hehehe. Salamat!

@Photo Cache - let's hunt for one for you! :D

@kg - i super love it too! kung pwede nga lang iuwi :)

@princess_dyanie - yupyup! :)

@docgelo - you were referring to me right???? :P

@thedonG - yeah.. super nice! :)
dyosa said…
I love this set! Fab couple :D

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