State of Mine #3

Posted By Imran / December, 2, 2008 / 8 comments

Click image to view a larger version. Facing south at dusk, this was taken at Toa Payoh in central Singapore. The brown-colored building on the foreground is the headquarters of the Housing and Development Board. 5 kilometers towards the horizon you can probably make out the Singapore Flyer and city skyline awash in last light….

State of Mine #2

Posted By Imran / November, 26, 2008 / 5 comments

Click image to view a larger version. These are the heartlands of Singapore. The numerous buildings are low-cost public housings or HDB flats as we locals call them. From Toa Payoh to Woodlands, you are looking at almost the entire northern half of the country. Neighboring Johor is visible on the horizon. (Note: This is…

State of Mine #1

Posted By Imran / October, 21, 2008 / 17 comments

Thanks for the comments in the previous posts. This was taken at dawn from the top floor of an apartment building in Telok Blangah. The cluster of buildings on the foreground is a public housing estate, something you won’t see in travel brochures but is a common feature in the heartlands of Singapore. Hugging the…

Light Chaser

Posted By Imran / October, 6, 2008 / 21 comments

Click image to view a larger version. Thank you for your comments in the previous posts. I do apologize for the serious lack of updates and that I should have mentioned that I’ll be taking a break in the last post. Also, I may have missed some of your emails no thanks to my overzealous…

Waiting

Posted By Imran / January, 16, 2008 / 54 comments

Kodak Portra 400VC, f2.8 @ 1/500. Hasselblad 500C/M 80mm. Days like this, you can only wait and hope. Days like this, you point your camera at your friends instead.