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English: A seed sculpture by Singaporean sculptor Han Sai Por at the St. Regis Singapore hotel.
Date 2009-06-16; original photograph taken on 2008-04-26 01:57.
Source Self-made; cropped from the original photograph at Han Sai Por.
Author Truth'soutthere; original photograph by Jason Phillips.
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