Nikon D100 f/15 ISO 200 c. May 2004
I am not sure whether I have posted this photo before (but I don't really care) but I like it still. The building no longer exists, unceremoniously disposed off as valueless rubble for the sake of a faceless development. Development does not mean that we have to do away with old constructions. But as it is, sometimes I wish I can be more than one person at once, so that I can influence a more intelligent development which preserves the more colourful past. It's amazing that a mere D100 can take this, seemingly of the lowly end of the spectrum for digital cameras compared to the digital cameras with better technologies today. Perhaps, this will help explain why I still keep the camera today.
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