I've been back and fro to my hometown a few times this year, so here are some shots taken on the Huawei Honor 6 on my latest trip: Locations: Lebuh Melayu, Jalan Pintal Tali, Jalan Penang, Komtar, Macalister Road, Hai Boey Seafood Teluk Kumbar, Hin Bus Depot, Saw Emporium (Norm Cafe), Kimberley Street
Time has flown by so quickly, and without realising it I have neglected this blog almost unwittingly. It is now the middle of June and I have just enough time to sit down and think about where my last six months has gone - and how I am determined to spend my next six. I … Continue reading 6/6
On a recent trip to Ranong in Thailand I had the privilege of witnessing life on the Andaman islands and the raw beauty of its sea-faring people. All photos are pre-edited and shot on the Huawei Honor 6.
On the highway blue and green are real Their hues are extremely bright Not like on computer screens On the highway blue and green are real They are not photoshopped Enhanced or auto-correct On the highway blue and green are real And Pontian is a real exit Not a wantan mee store On the highway … Continue reading On the highway blue and green are real
The night lights of Kuala Lumpur emanate a surreal orange glow. It is tinged with the blue of commerce nearby, and it lines the Lebuhraya KLIA Extension (E6) and the Expressway Lingkaran Tengah (ELITE). The night lights of Kuala Lumpur are witness, to many incidents, circumstances, conversations and all activity after dark. The night lights … Continue reading The Night Lights of Kuala Lumpur
Three years and three months in Singapore and I'm still getting used to the speed of change here in this country. I have complained in the past about how disorientating and transient it feels. Coming from a sleepy island background that is run by an equally laidback and inefficient government, rapid physical and environmental change … Continue reading The Speed of Change
People photograph London and you see it through their stills, their black and white, their filter. It's a snapshot of a moment, edited, photoshopped, framed, idolised, analysed, romanticised. But I'm in London and I sit at Tottenham Court Road Station and I watch the red and blue tubes go pass, one by one. I don't … Continue reading London Calling
I knew a man once, he was called Benedict Sin. He took photos of London and displayed them at The Arts House. Girls, boys, Camden Market, Mind the Gap. They were black, white, monochrome, high contrast. What do you like so much about London, Benedict? The people, the diversity. It was my home for three … Continue reading Luggage tag stories