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sleepy fishing village

“however much you resist them, the waters will return; that the land sinks; silt collects; that something in nature wants to go back”

– Graham Swift, Waterland

Before the British arrived, Singapore was little more than a sleepy fishing village. The few immigrants that came joined the local fishing community, venturing out on their sampans to earn their keep.

There is something in nature that wants to go back.



The Lost & Found Project is a beautiful and thoughtful idea launched by volunteers who collected photographs found after Japan’s Earthquake. It’s such a poignant project and I felt like it should be shared far and wide because no matter what, there are still people doing good in the world.

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Moon cradle

I missed the full moon a few nights ago but here’s a relatively decent shot. I love playing with the foreground when it comes to shooting the moon.

Montage; A Canon Event

Canon’s organising another one of it’s photography event (I must admit that it’s got a pretty solid foundation in Singapore) this time in partnership with NUS’ Photographic Society. The theme for this year’s event is titled No Boundaries and details can be found at http://montage.sg/2012/

The lineup looks really promising for both the workshop and the seminar and tickets for the seminar are already on sale. At 5 bucks for students, it’s a no brainer, I’d go just to give my brain some photographic exposure (of which it has sorely lacked in the past month).

Yeah so if you’re free on 10th June and am looking for a good way to spend the holidays this just might be it.

city carnival

I haven’t uploaded anything in a while, I’ve been once again caught up in a flurry of activity in the past few days. Photos may not be coming as rapidly as previously set, but they’ll still be coming! (: You can follow on Twitter or by email for updates of new posts.

This one’s from the Night Festival 2 years ago, back when I was just starting out (technically I still am)

I really love the carnival sorta feel in this one (yes, it was underexposed, oops)


evening departure


He’s leaving, on that midnight train to Georgia