Aerial shots of PINK DOT


Posted on May 18th, by Pink Dot Sg in Pink Dot 2009. 10 comments





Here’s an exclusive preview to some of the aerial shots taken during PINK DOT last Saturday. Do try to spot yourself, family or friends! We will be constantly updating this blog with more photos and videos so do stay tuned. For more aerial shots, click here.

All images shot by Jackson Aw © pinkdot.sg





10 Responses to “Aerial shots of PINK DOT”

  1. Haro Genki says:

    Nice, Singapore was never that pink till now.

  2. maroneyblog says:

    You are amazing! Go Pink Dot!

  3. Anonymous says:

    In the wake of the pinkdot event last Saturday, those who support pinkdot’s objectives might be interested to complete a short survey at the following link: http://www.thesurveycompany.com.sg/home.html

  4. Krystal Choo says:

    Great news! I also did a media clip during the event, you can see them at http://qik.com/krystalchoo

  5. Tabitha Ong says:

    This makes me even more proud to be a Singaporean.

  6. george says:

    What a wonderful achievement. Simple yet so impactful with well-deserved publicity worldwide. Singapore is now the pink dot on the world map.

    The pink dot concept was better than excellent: pink dot = the red dot that is Singapore; pink = colour of our IC (it’s our identity); pink = red+white (our national colours). Everything was so creatively put together, including the performances.

    I’m looking forward to more PinkDot events in open public places that will showcase the diverse talents we have in our midst for all to see and be a part of.

    THANK U FOR MAKING IT HAPPEN

  7. Anonymous says:

    just enquiring. how many people were there at the event? just a rough estimation.

  8. Sweet J says:

    Congratulation from San Diego, California!
    I'm so happy to see this article. I'm happy for all my brothers and sisters!

  9. Anonymous says:

    I am so happy to see this kind of events promoting love and peace towards gay people.
    How I wish it will also be initiated in my home country Philippines to be able to open up the eyes of the millions of the Filipino.

  10. Evalynn says:

    Maybe I changed my sex from guy to girl, but I dont wear pink.

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