About 3 weeks ago, when I was still enjoying the period of siesta in between jobs, I opened the drawer one day to find this forgotten camera.
Haru the Harinezumi. Not used since 2015! Or thereabouts. Battery had totally died, and I had to get a new one.
Spent a part of the day at the Botanic Gardens, playing with light, shadows, and the marco mode.
Seems like going back to the simple, raw stuff could really enable us to see things differently.
After lunch at Love Pal Cafe, on to Round 2 – SAM@8Q.
At the Singapore Art Museum.
When you combine deep, thought-provoking installations, photography and an hour and a half of walking around, you naturally end up with very hungry people.
Asian Civilisations Museum.
Largely still under construction of sorts, but also nicely revamped and opened for all. Especially liked the Myanmar exhibit.
The new contemporary arts wing:
Nothing quite like solitude at a museum 🙂
“Time is all you have. And you may find one day that you have less than you think.”
On our second (and last) morning there, we planned to wake up at 5.30AM to catch the sunrise.
So Mum’s alarm rang at 5.30AM, home time.
Which translated to 4.30AM in Bintan.
By the time I figured out why the sky was not getting any brighter by the minute, it was around 4.45AM.
Laughing, we decided to use the extra time to shower and freshen up anyway.
Good story for memories ;p
A quick one with the mum in December 🙂