Void deck, Singapore. Public spaces are private spaces. Fujifilm X-T1, XF 35mm F2 | 1/80 sec, f2, ISO 4000
Fog is not something I’ve often seen in Perth. It was a different season when this photo was taken, from the scorching summer that is present reality. Part of the Suburbia project.
Cortez is a town in Colorado that is backed by tall mountains in the distance. I never get tired of mountain backdrops, snow capped, baldly jagged, always imposing. They represent to me, a different and wilder kind of life, being the sort of scenes I’d only seen through on a screen or in print, until recently. It is always the small things in these places that get to me though, shadowed by commanding vistas as they are. Like a green Mustang parked by a green corner store, time kept by 7-Up, dreaming of when Clydesdales hauled ale.
It’s good to be back in the America
June somehow ended up being mega suburban month. This project will be continuing with a less intense frequency here on, but for the last of this month-long daily gander, here’s a little snippet of my suburban Singapore life, inside one of these flats I’ve been posting about lately.
A musician’s dog occupies a chair next to his master (hidden behind the panel), backstage at the Hokkien opera. Tanglin Halt, Singapore. Part of the Suburbia series
Seattle, USA Part of the Suburbia series
Train station Singapore. Part of the Suburbia series
A lady walks by a pillar cut-out in a void deck, talking on the phone. Singapore. Part of the Suburbia series