Daily Post’s Street Photography got me inspired to share what has always been of interest to me. I am a photo newbie but I just love taking pictures of people and their daily living … nothing touristy … nothing lofty and exalted.
There is so much news globally about Singapore and her GDP, property value, banking regulations, vehicle COE, etc., but each time I return, I pay more attention to the people, the average person, out of office attire and simply being a Singaporean.
Queueing (lining-up, in American English) for their lunch takeaways while viewing their smart phones in Tiong Bahru.
Fabric shops along Arab Street
Up-to-Date Indian movies at Rex Cinema in Little India.
Chinese herbal tea vendor off Queen Street
Traditional Fortune Teller still in business.
Good old street side cobbler ~ few, but still there.
Hawker Centre where everyday average meals are enjoyed by everyone.
Dumpling vendor ~ with a perpetual queue (line).
Right in Chinatown, still selling to mostly senior customers.
Wall Art along Beach Road
Buses galore for daily transport
The Trishaw, once common transport to & from markets & home, now mostly for tourists. This rider went to answer the call of nature.
In the heart of the city (above Dhoby Ghaut MRT station) a boy plays with his butterfly net.