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Deepavali in Little India

With Deepavali/ Diwali fast approaching, Little India has been transformed into a daily bazaar selling all kinds of trinkets and clothes. I took some time on Saturday to take a short stroll so here is a glimpse of the streets… Happy early Deepavali everyone! Bonus picture:

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Singapore Night Festival 2013

A couple of weeks ago was the Singapore Night Festival 2013; a spectacular showcase of music and the arts. There were plenty of free performances, light shows, art installations and you even get to enjoy free entry to the museum’s exhibition during that weekend. I’m a little late […]

Baybeats (2013) Part 2

I got back from Australia last week and the moment I landed, its been a whirlwind of back to back shooting; on the spot editing; mosh pits; crazy fans; amazing music and great company rolled up in one crazy weekend. This ladies and gentlemen is what is like to cover […]

Baybeats 2013 Preview

Baybeats is back! Baybeats is one of the biggest music festival in Singapore and every year, it features both home-grown artist and international ones. If you are looking for mosh pits; screaming metal fans; good music, check out Baybeats that is happening this year from the 28th to […]

Lumen

It’s not what you see but what the light reveals.   In every colour, there’s the light The language of photography is light; it has been a little over a month and I love that my Leica ME is always with me to capture what the light reveals! […]

The Leica M-E & me

I was first introduced to the world of Leica’s M system; or rather thrown into it the sea with it via the Leica Akadamie Workshop by Mathias Heng last year. (In fact if anyone is interested, the same workshop by Mathias will be held pretty soon; details on the […]

Weekly Photo Challenge: Up

  Upwards and onwards. Buildings after buildings climb upwards to reach the sky as we struggle upwards to fulfil our material needs but sometimes, it is nice to come down and stay on the ground where things are less complicated. I disappeared from the blogosphere for a bit. Rest assured, I’m […]

25

A little over a year ago, my partner handed me 2 disposable film cameras with 25 exposures each. I’ve worked with film cameras but never with a disposable one. You can catch a glimpse of the camera above; no auto focus -heck there is no focus at all; no metering; […]