31 Jan Tanglin Halt.

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This morning’s photowalk venue is Tanglin Halt. An old public housing estate in Singapore, where trains from Malaysia once chugged past. I was told by a resident that this estate will torn down by end of this year for redevelopment. We are all just glad we could come to have some fun, sharing and document a slice of history. 

I have 5 participants for this morning Fujifilm Singapore photowalk. An mixed bag of user. We have X-T4, GR3, X70, Leica Q and even GFX100. Who says GFX100 is for studio only? As for myself I was using a preproduction X-E4.

Below are some snaps to share. Do follow Fujifilm Singapore in Facebook for more upcoming photowalk events.  

Local residentsA local stall at a coffeeshopParticipants hard at work. Fish Monger at the wet market.Now a green corridor; where the train use to chugged. Low rise housing at Tanglin Halt. <img data-attachment-id="16617" data-permalink="https://ivanjoshualoh.com/2021/01/31/tanglin-halt/dscf1472/" data-orig-file="https://ivanjoshualoh.files.wordpress.com/2021/01/dscf1472.jpg" data-orig-size="2048,1365" data-comments-opened="1" data-image-meta="{"aperture":"2.8","credit":"","camera":"X-E4","caption":"","created_timestamp":"1611990578","copyright":"","focal_length":"23","iso":"640","shutter_speed":"0.025","title":"","orientation":"0"}" data-image-title="DSCF1472" data-image-description=""

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