STRUCK BY SCENE: Mr Chan Wai Meng was watching the old hawker prepare laksa when he was struck by the scene. PHOTO: CHAN WAI MENG
His mother first took him to Sungei Road Laksa when he was a secondary school student.
PHOTO COURTESY OF CHAN WAI MENG
While exploring his Tampines neighbourhood last September, Mr Chan Wai Meng photographed this senior citizen tending to a community farm.
PHOTO: HANG LOO MING
Mr Hang Loo Ming drove down to Pasir Ris bus interchange from his home at Ang Mo Kio last year to shoot national servicemen returning to camp just for this photography contest.
PHOTO: ANDREW BI
He wanders around the Bencoolen Street area with his camera while his daughter attends music class on Saturdays.
PHOTO: MARVIN TANG
The sight of this collection of pails stopped Mr Marvin Tang during a walk in his neighbourhood.
PHOTO: NADIRAH UMAH
Watching her sister drink up a half-finished bottle of water reminded Miss Nadirah Umah of the theme of this week’s Big Picture contest — Make Every Drop Count.
PHOTO: DAVID NG
When Mr David Ng saw some people heading to the mosque for Friday prayers, he thought it might be a good photo opportunity.
PHOTO: BENEDICT TEO
While taking photos of his two daughters playing at the Science Centre’s WaterWorks playground two Saturdays ago, Mr Benedict Teo was touched by how a mother took care of her daughter.
The elderly couple held on to each other as they walked about the town centre in Jurong East in January last year.
PHOTO: Chan Wai Meng
For the last 20 years, Mr Chan Wai Meng and his polytechnic classmates have got together during the Chinese New Year holidays.
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