A Day Out In The Sun

View in HD [here].

We have final­ly got­ten our lit­tle friend, the LomoKi­no, out to play in the sun. Armed with 3 rolls of expired films, we brought her to the small stretch of fish­ing jet­ties in Sele­tar, that I have stum­bled upon while cycling from my vil­lage in Pung­gol one Sun­day morn­ing. The sky was amaz­ing­ly beau­ti­ful that day, with the light rays pierc­ing through the clouds and glit­ter­ing the sea. Away from the bus­tle of the city, it did not feel as if we were in Sin­ga­pore.

Time seemed to pass by slow­er than usu­al, even get­ting a 3G con­nec­tion was a chal­lenge there. I used to tell my friends that I occa­sion­al­ly have this time warped feel­ing and this is def­i­nite­ly one instance.

There was no appar­ent fish­ing activ­i­ty that day, less that one uncle who bade us good­bye before leav­ing in his fish­ing boat with his friend. We would def­i­nite­ly return this place again to cap­ture the sights and sounds, stay tuned.

About the LomoKi­no
The lomoki­no is a 35mm movie cam­era. Load in a roll of film, rotate the crank and you are well on the way to mak­ing your own movie. It is that easy and we had a great time exper­i­ment­ing with it. For more infor­ma­tion, please go LomoKi­no Cam­era.

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