Kampong Buangkok / Part I.

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It was a gloriously sunny day when we visited Kampong Buangkok (羅弄萬國村), the last surviving village in the city state of Singapore. I’ll not go into the history bit since the information is easily available online if you’re interested but as a city-bred person through and through, let’s just say I’m continually amazed at how simple some people choose to keep their lives.

This was also the first time I used the Ektar film and it’s fast becoming one of my most reliable daylight film. I’ve shot with it in Singapore, Bali and Tainan; all of which vibrancy were so accurately portrayed on this lovely film. Hop on over to Evelyn’s blog for more!

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Negative0-09-29(1)Kodak Ektar 100, Canon FTb

9 comments on “Kampong Buangkok / Part I.

  1. Ektar it’s truly a great film unfortunately a bit expensive but i’m going to use some in June :D

    Love the village,the colors,the kitty on the front door along with the old sofa <3

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