Pictures taken with my very first lomo-cam, the Fisheye 2 Python..yes I love reptile skin prints. I’ve been walking around the island with my “Orochimaru” (oh yes, I know it’s funny to name your own stuff); and I’ve been stepping on this land for more than two decades and find it very boring from time to time until I saw it through the lens of the Fisheye 2.
Okay, let’s talk about this island first, it is one of the top 10 places to live in when you retire. Google it and you can find plenty of those results. I even heard that the hawker food over here is rated as Top 5 in the world too, no citation though.
Other than these two reasons, it is also quite a good place to go sightseeing and yes, take pictures all you want with all the British colonial buildings and the Kek Lok Si Temple that will definitely catch your eye when it’s lighted up during the Chinese festive season; and the beach, no not a clean one to be honest. Not a bad place to get a coffee or beer to chill with though; we have plenty of places for you to take a break in. Blindfold your eyes and turn around randomly with your finger pointing in front, I’m sure you’re just pointing at another awesome hawker food stall after you unfold blindfold. No free time for foreign visitors on this island, morning, noon, evening, night, FULL OF FUN! NO JOKE!
Might get a little bored as I have been living on this island for quite some time, but ah this Fisheye 2 did provide me a little daily fun, I carry her to work, chilling out, everywhere!
Not too much of photos were developed as I am trying to adapt to her lens practice you see, I need more time to provide you guys with better eye candy. :D Will post more after I finish another three rolls of my expired Fuji Experia ISO400.
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