Click on the pictures for higher resolutionThis is the second part of my photos taken at Kampong Buangkok. This set will concentrate on the rural scenes of Kampong Buangkok.#1 Doors and WindowsThis is the first house you see when you step into the Kampong. Interesting to see a house with 2 doors and 4 windows. Surely an old kampong design back then.
#2 Big Long Houses The houses here are old but its surely huge compare to our HDB flats.
#3 Blue and Red ChairsThe plastic chairs for children being placed in the kampong, with the strong colour contrast seems abit out of place.
#4 Blue White HouseAll the doors and windows are shut…perhaps to keep off nosey photographers. Nice colours here with strong shadows
#5 Wooden GateGone were the days when you have a wooden gate for your house and a piece of land for your gardening hobby. We have to make do with our balconies now.
#6 GatewayPass this ‘gateway’, one will leave the rural land of kampong buangkok and step into the SengKang HDB estate.
#7 Unique Door FramePeering between the leaves to frame the unique door frame found in Kampong Buangkok. Like the blue and yellow colour combination.
#8 Little PathwayThis nice little scenic pathway leads one to another house in the kampong
#9 Relaxing CornerThe dim light and shadows provide a conducive environment for resting.
#10 Purple Yellow HouseThe kampong has a few colourful houses. This one is painted purple and yellow.You can see the light density from dark to bright along the long side of the house.
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Thanks Andrew for the comments.Maybe should try B/W or sepia feel. Will bear this in mind.
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