Just a gallimaufry of photos 📸
— one ring for every two years.
FROM THE TRAVEL ARCHIVES
Pencil Tower (Blaaktoren), Rotterdam
Lotus' or Lotus's?
In school, we were taught that if a possessive noun ends in s, an apostrophe is simply appended to the noun.
When Lotus's first acquired Tesco's retail chain in Malaysia and their logo appeared on buildings, people were buzzing over the correct punctuation of the possessive noun.
Haha, turns out everyone was wrong! The apostrophe is actually a drop pin that symbolizes their "your go-to destination for all your needs and wants" slogan, and the ‘s’ represents their SMART (acronym) values!
So LOTUSS it is!