26 September 2013


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Timelapse video can be found here

If I told you that I love mornings or Sun, then I would be a phony and a hypocrite. I never really liked the Sun (other than a couple weeks ago when we had gloomy weather almost every other day). I also never liked waking up at 6 am in the morning. But last Sunday, was an exception. And sometimes in life, we need these exceptions. As reluctant as I was, I still dragged myself out of bed — 2 feet out, left foot back under the comfy duvet, ~5 minutes later I was washing up and getting ready to leave home. 

When we reached our destination, I hopped out of the car with fogged glasses and was greeted by the smell of the sea/grass patches with dew on them. There were also several joggers and avid anglers, early worm baits the fish I guess?

I found a spot facing East and set up my camera/iPhone. Started shooting the time lapse video with my iPhone and took stills with my DSLR. Waking up at 6 am was a good thing, because I managed to capture the Sun breaking through the horizon and very quickly passing overhead the island directly in front. I saw some planes and I was thinking how it must've been a breathtaking sight for the passengers on board.

If anyone wants to know how I shoot my time lapse, the answer is below. I might purchase a remote control off ebay very soon, so I can shoot with my camera instead.

"Find something that you love, and let it kill you. Only true passion will stand the test of time." ○

No fancy camera stand or remote control, just an app and the iPhone 5 and maybe my card holder...
Thank you bird for joining me and flying all over with your friends in my video.

Stay gold, xx


  1. This looks amazing! Great job! Where is this place?

    1. Thank you. It's at Punggol End. :)


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