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A woman caught in the sudden downpour makes her way barefoot along a pathway in Clementi, Singapore on 26 Nov 2014. - The Straits Times/Kua Chee Siong
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Hong Kong police demolish protesters' Mongkok site, protests in Ferguson continue. These images and more in Today in Pictures.

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A demonstrator sits in front of a street fire during a demonstration following the grand jury decision in the Ferguson, Missouri shooting of Michael Brown, in Oakland, California November 25, 2014. The grand jury decided on Monday not to indict a white police officer over the fatal August shooting of an unarmed black teenager. - Reuters/Stephen Lam
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Demonstrations in Ferguson, Hong Kong police begin to clear barricades from Mongkok and more images in Today In Pictures.

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A demonstrator sits in front of a street fire during a demonstration following the grand jury decision in the Ferguson, Missouri shooting of Michael Brown, in Oakland, California November 25, 2014. The grand jury decided on Monday not to indict a white police officer over the fatal August shooting of an unarmed black teenager. - Reuters/Stephen Lam
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Demonstrations in Ferguson, Hong Kong police begin to clear barricades from Mongkok and more images in Today In Pictures.

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The Kallang roar was heard again at the new National Stadium after a four-year absence. More than 32,000 fans returned to the stadium and turned it into a sea of red at the opening match of the AFF Suzuki Cup match between Singapore and Thailand. Hosts Singapore fell to Thailand 1-2 after a last minute penalty. - The Straits Times/Kevin Lim
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The Kallang roar returns to the new National Stadium, heavy snowfall continues in New York, Lewis Hamilton wins the F1 world champion title for the second time and more in Today In Pictures.

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Demonstrators break through barricades in Parliament Square in front of the Houses of Parliament, as they participate in a protest against student loans and in favour of free education, in central London November 19, 2014. - Reuters/Peter Nicholls
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Student protests in London and Indonesia, arrest of self-styled Indian religious leader and more images in Today in Pictures. 

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Masked pro-democracy protesters try to break with a fence a glass window of the Legislative Council in Hong Kong early November 19, 2014, in response to an earlier clear up of part of the "Occupy Central" protest site. Hong Kong on Tuesday cleared part of a protest camp in the heart of the city that has been occupied by pro-democracy demonstrators for nearly two months, leaving most of the main protest site intact. - Reuters/Tyrone Siu
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Police continue to dismantle protesters' barricades in Hong Kong, Times Square's newest and biggest electronic billboard and more images in Today in Pictures.
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An elderly couple prepares to set off (left) while another just returns from fishing out at sea at the Cheung Chau Chi Ma Wan pier. - The Straits Times/Kua Chee Siong
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Off the charming island of Hong Kong lies an even more charming one. Cheung Chau is a small, long-ish island of just 2.45 sq km – thus its name “Long Island”. It is most famous for its annual Bun Festival in May, more

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WESTMINSTER ABBEY: Construction of the church started in 1245 by Henry III and was completed in 1517 under Richard II. - The Straits Times/ Joyce Fang
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President Tony Tan and his wife, Mrs Mary Tan, will be visiting the United Kingdom next Tuesday, 21 October 2014, at the invitation of Queen Elizabeth II. The Straits Times goes behind the scenes to more

We feature the work of independent Singaporean photographers regularly in our Spotlight section. 

This month, we feature Rebecca Toh, Singapore-based photographer who is hugely influenced by the way films look and feel.


If you have someone whom you would like to recommend for Spotlight, email us at stlens@sph.com.sg.