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This is an other morning picture on Santosa island, but this one, looking west, towards the western anchorage.

This anchorage is where quarantine and Immigration officers will come to our boats, before we are allowed to go ashore.

Paperwork is very efficient and we rarely had to wait for more than an hour, before continuing to One 15 Marina.

The next day, we than need to go to the mariners office to have our passport stamped and clear customs. Again they are very efficient and by the book at all time.

For this picture, I used again my old Mamyia 645 but this time with Kodak 160VC medium format negative film.

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