Village Garden

Wifey and I met up with a fellow Singaporean who lives a few villages away.

She takes cultivation to a whole new level of commitment.

This is not quite street photography but still…

She spoke of dealing with international suppliers and import licenses.

Her husband and I talked for a bit. But mostly we were listening to our wives’ conversation.

Pretty flowers.

Interesting plant thing.

It takes discipline and patience.

Some more pretty flowers whose names I don’t know.

Pear or lemon?

Work in progress.

Pretty pink flowers.

Nice red things… er… chilli?

Garden table.


Wifey took home a plant called limau kasturi.

There’s another one called laksa plant. For making laksa – this I know.

Pandan! For making desserts and chicken rice.

This must be chilli.

Even the plant outside her gate is pretty.

A Short Hike

There’s nothing like a short walk to get away from the city, even if it’s just for a bit.

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We all need breaks.

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A short climb.

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Getting there.

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So one could disappear.

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There’s a haiku in there waiting to be written…


Camera: Leica M6

Lens: Voigtlander Nokton Classic 35mm f/1.4 SC

Film: Ilford XP2