Photographer's Note

A view of Singapore and its busy port, taken from the North East point of Sentosa Island.

We spent a few months in that area and really enjoyed the morning walks around this island, made for the very rich Singaporean and expats.
Don't expect to find a house there, for under a million dollar.

We where based at the luxurious Marina One 15 (on Sentosa)and it was a luck that they accepted us, little poor yachties, and for a very reasonable fee, when we think that to be a member at this marina, will cost you over $30,000 and you will have to pay for the docking fee on top of that...for visitors it was only under $20 per day.

This was also the year I decided to use a film medium format camera and I started with a Mamyia 6x4.5 Pro TL. The negatives are almost tree times the size of a 35mm and will allow to enlarge to very big prints.

It was a great camera and very much fun to use, but the big disadvantage was it's size. Add to this that I was also carrying a DSLR+lenses and you will understand that I needed a lighter model...

Here I used Fuji Velvia 100 transparency (slide film) and a sturdy tripod...

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