So here we are (were) the past week : it officially started Wednesday. Work from Home became mandatory, restaurants were closed and outside activity were, if not restricted advised against, except shopping for food and exercise.
Part of my time out for exercise I carried my M262 and the old Summaron 35mm F3.5. The first shot is not related to the current situation, but the the closure of Liang Court commercial center. The Novotel is closing, I foresee a big and long construction site in my backyard.
But back to reality, Tuesday before our version of the lock down kicked in, a lot of moving around happened, people pushing office chairs, …
… or waiting for a ride with piles of paper.
But otherwise there was a lot of business as usual.
and above all it was a beautiful day.
Well also you could see the take-out, food delivery business start to expand. Actually a lot of my friends running restaurants started messaging their customers about their take away offerings.
It is a bit more difficult to shoot people in the street when there are less of them. But still i tried.
Friday was a bit more funny, in a hotel, guests (are there still any?) were exercising (withing safe distance of each others) to the loud sound of a coach talking to them from the 3rd floor.
Taxis stand for taxis, everything is still in order.
Oh yeah nice light as well.
Construction of a new MRT station still ongoing at Keppel Road
Saturday streets were very quite.
I have one finished roll in the in a drawer, I am not sure when I will be able to have it processed. So I think I’ll stick to digital for a moment.