Tanglin Halt.

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 residents
A local stall at a coffeeshop
Participants 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.
A traditional shop.
Two King Fisher
Fitness corner
An old hair salon.
A local hawker.
from left, Mr X-T, Mr Q, Me with X-E4, Mr GR, Mr X70 and the amazing Mr GFX100. Thank you Jere for this shot!

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