Life in Singapore
taken with my latest baby the Nikon Coolpix S4, that came in an Olympus paper bag.
My home church - the Balestier Road Seventh-day Adventist Church
80% of the country's population live in flats like this
With people living on top of each other in flats this high (most spanning up to at least 20 stories), it's a wonder the country hasn't sunk yet.
The trishaw - a traditional mode of transport that has since been relegated to a tourist activity. Found this old gentlemen napping underneath one of the block of flats.
Handmade bread - a fast disappearing technique in modern-day Singapore (don't ask me why the bread is so burnt).
Anybody care for a pAzza? And don't ask me what is the difference between a $1.50 pAzza and a $11 pAzza..