Bus stop

Singapore Uncle and aunty waiting for the bus. From years ago, pre-Covid-19, from a bus near home. I don’t remember where I was going. Coulda been down the road to the round market for Sarawak kolo mee, or a longer …

Kopi

Coffee

Heritage

Singapore 牛车水 / Kereta Ayer. Where water used to be delivered via bullock cart, hence the Chinese and Malay names for what is now known as Chinatown. It was formally designated a Chinese enclave by the colonial powers in the …

2017, Chinatown, Singapore

I was playing around with shutter speeds in the middle of Chinatown, that year. I didn’t see this lady smile and do the “twist!” thing until I loaded it up in the frame. “Twist!” is what I will forever know …

On blogging and social

Singapore, circa 2017 Different levels of excitement in Tampines interchange – the transport hub of our suburb. For a little while here I’m going to be posting the photos that go on my Instagram feed. I have a ton of …

On memory and time

Singapore It’s a funny thing, memory. I have no idea when I took this shot, except it was some time between 2014 and 2018. And I’m too lazy to dive into the catalogue to check it. But I know exactly …

Chinatown throwback

Chinatown, Singapore 2018. Uncles playing checkers in the Buddha Tooth Relic temple square. One from when the economy wasn’t failing, we could see each other’s faces, and proximity wasn’t taboo because there was no deadly infectious virus. I hate wearing …

Tampines interchange throwback

Singapore, circa 2018 This bus interchange is usually chock-a-block. I got this shot in a rare lull… Which didn’t last. More than a quarter of a million people live in this suburb, and this is its central transport exchange. The …

A Reset

Months of no pictures.