Phonetography II

This will be the last batch of pics that I’m posting taken from my 3-year old HTC Desire phone. I’m going to buy a new one next week. I am planning on getting HTC One S. Expectedly, it should take better quality pictures. And I can’t wait to get my hand on that!

Meanwhile, enjoy these phonetographs!

Lounge area in Changi Airport
Lounge area in Changi Airport
A lonesome snail near our villa in Krabi, Thailand
Parkview Hotel, Singapore
Louis Vuitton Island Maison at Marina Bay Sands
A long-tail boat at Ko Phi Phi Don, Thailand
Sultan Masjid in Arab Street
The Orchard Residences atop Ion Orchard Mall
A break of dawn flight home
Stationed boats on a river in Clarke Quay
A Chinese decor and some purple flowers
A blue cab in Tras Street, Tanjong Pagar
Some accessories shop in Thailand
ArtScience Museum, Marina Bay Sands
A view from above on Havelock Road
Airport board in Changi
View from the sky
Muscat Street, Bugis
Can you spot the hidden Mickey?
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2 thoughts on “Phonetography II

  1. These look great! I appreciate the use of a mobile phone rather than a digital camera, they allow you to catch pictures much faster than a camera AND you always have it with you so you never miss anything. I personally think this is the best way to photograph simply because the best photos come at the most unexpected times.

    1. Thank you! I perfectly agree. I hate carrying too many things anyway. When I go out, I only bring my cellphone, my wallet and keys. So camera photography works best for me. Plus they take decent pics too. Although I have been toying with the idea of buying a rugged digicam for beach/underwater shots. But way too many options out there.

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