Catching the rising sun

It has been a while and I have been busy with family, work and a new addition to my family. A young, cute and handsome boy. As many might know, the focus of photography shifts to a whole new genre, baby photography. Somehow, the handphone becomes the next best camera as it is always with me and my Fuji XT1 is laying quietly in the cupboard, weeping softly, neglected, not used to it’s fullest potential.

I managed to catch the rising sun one saturday morning. I always come back to this place because I had great memories here chasing rising suns and slaying fluffy clouds. This place is called Lower Seletar Reservoir in Singapore. If you have been following me, it won’t be the first time you would have laid your eyes on the beauty before me. So let’s not leave you in suspense.

All images captured with Fujifilm XT1. Lenses used were Fujinon 18mm, Helios 44-2 and Samyang 8mm.

Enjoy.

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Red cloud sky (18mm Fujinon)
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Rising sun peek (Samyang 8mm)

Had to use my fisheye to capture this beautiful boardwalks with the rising sun on my left.

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Reflection of tranquility (Helios 44-2)

Till the next sunrise,

God bless!

 

Ezekiel Kok

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