On Bus X100F

Today is Youth Day in Singapore and there are no school.
Which means its gonna be a busy day to entertain the kiddo.
My 6 years old suddenly ask if we could take the bus today
and visit her granddad. My dad lives about 30 minutes drive
from my home. The double decker bus ride will take us about
an hour and the whole journey about one and a half hour.
After packing some ration that would keep her alive for at least
5 hours, we left home. I brought along with me a X100F and a
X70 for Summer. We manage to have a front seat on the upper
level of the double decker bus. I must say its a great place to do
some street photography without walking and in the comfort of
air-condition. Actually its rather cold because it was raining
outside.
Here are are some pictures to share and happy youth day to all,
the young and especially the young at heart.
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Waiting at the bus stop. X70

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Summer’s George has the best view on the bus.

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Best place for a quick nap on this raining morning.

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Guess who is at the petrol station?

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Taking bus is always fun. Only for off peak hours.

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Was telling Summer this church is where my kindergarten was…..

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sleep….

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An hour later we arrived at the bus interchange.

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The man standing is my dad.

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This boy just drop his water bottle without even knowing it. Mother was asking him….???

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Living among giant. At the bus interchange.

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Playtime with grand parents.

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He caught me shooting him…..

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Convenient store inside the bus interchange.

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Waiting for our bubble tea.

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Local blind buskers.

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We decided to take MRT home.

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Met this young men that came and ask me about my experience with the X100F. He is about to leave camp Nikon.

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There are 3 comments

  1. M.K. Wyman

    What a fantastic series of photographs! You have told a great story and made great memories of a day that might otherwise become lost in the sea of other days in your and your daughter’s memory. Thanks for sharing!

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