Happy 52nd National Day, Singapore!

I took a walk around my neighbourhood and managed to snap some pictures with my Fujifilm XT-1 and the 35mm 1.4. Thank God for a safe, clean and fruitful country. I pray that we, the citizens, do not take these things for granted. After all, if we do not help each other, who else will?

Thank you Singapore for being great!

May you continue to shine on the map of the world and unite others around you.

I want to give a shout out to the late Mr Lee Kuan Yew. For paving the way to making Singapore what it is today, a safe, clean and green country for all its people to live it.


I may not have lived in the past before the major changes but I was here when Woodlands MRT was not built yet, where a jungle once covered the land, where buses were non air conditioned and we always had to lift up and pull down the windows. Those were the days when we had no internet, we were downstairs playing at the playgrounds and making friends with the neighbours all around.

These days, all we Singaporeans do is to complain about how terrible our lives are. How this person is bad or how that place is terrible. Not realising how blessed we are living here. Many others out there have had it worse than us to be honest. I have friends from all around the world (Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Pakistan, China, UK and more). Although we don’t have the best of the best when it comes to scenery and an outdoor mountain or valley, I believe the people make the country great.

Let us unite as one and really help make it a wonderful place to live in. Let us protect it with out lives so that no one can drive us out. Let’s keep it clean and green so that our future generations can be blessed. Let us continue to pray for its prosperity and safety so that we can sleep in peace, knowing tomorrow will be a lovely day for not only the young, but also the old.

Enjoy the pictures.



Author: Ezekiel Kok

Young man who shares not only what flows through his mind but also his heart. Enjoy the beauty that surrounds me as my eyes feast and my camera captures for all to enjoy and admire.

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