There will be times when I felt like having my own “me-time” where I could indulge in my new-found hobby, and I would just inform my wife that I’ll be away for photoshoot.
It was a Sunday morning, I noticed that the haze was slightly better than the past few days, and therefore decided to go to Bras Basah to collect a free Literature publication which might have my essay in it, and at the same time took the opportunity to roam around the place for some street photography.
So I picked up my gears and headed towards Bras Basah complex and to my slight disappointment, my essay was not published.
Nevertheless, i continued with my photoshoot plan. From Bras Basah complex, I started walking along North Bridge Road and came to Raffles Hotel where I took a few snaps of the hotel.
Then I continued along North Bridge Road to South Bridge Road and soon I was at the popular Boat Quay, which was like a dead place in the warm and stuffy afternoon. I snapped a picture of it.
From Boat Quay, I strolled along the Singapore river, and soon came to the bank where the Financial Centre sits. It was a Sunday and human traffic was lower than usual. I sat at the bank smoking and snapped a few pictures of pigeons and tourists before I proceeded to Cavenagh Bridge and took a couple of sculpture shots.
My next stop was the tourist attraction, The Merlion, where I took some close up shots of tourists taking pictures of their loved ones or selfies.
I then moved from Merlion to the Marina Bay towards Garden By The Bay where I spent the rest of my day capturing people and flowers before the haze set in in the evening and I headed back home, feeling satisfied and tired.