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    some test shots i took with diff settings at punggol point...

    any how take.... didnt relaly bother with composition..

    was trying to see the effects of the diff settings...


    Fantastic shots using s45!!!

    i love this cam!!

    www.nowunoe.com/newcam/index_2002_12_26.html

    paisei, no tripod.. some are blurry...

    will get one soon

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    i find it not bad for a canon cam

    and u r not even using a tripod too
    heee

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    that jetty?

    a VERY haunt place...near my house
    We are HDD of PC & FT are MB add to storage;
    so PC never hangs with enormous storage capacity - LKY

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    Used to fish there overnight.

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    Originally posted by Wai
    that jetty?

    a VERY haunt place...near my house
    eh tell us some haunt stories leh

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    Originally posted by sprockett


    eh tell us some haunt stories leh
    http://www.spi-sg.com/main/index.htm

    read yourself...dun want to think abt that late at nite now
    We are HDD of PC & FT are MB add to storage;
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    Wai,

    Just surfed the site ! Wah...now cannot sleep already...anyway, I took some pics of a haunted house in Kenny Hills, during the Hungry Ghost Festival......

    It's a British Colonial house.This was in Kenny Hills. Notice the chequered floor later in the pics.Guess that was the design those days.

    The catch is, there are 3 houses (currently 1) in total at an isolated area in Kenny Hills, quite a distance away from the other houses which occupy Kenny Hills. To reach this location, you have to drive quite deep in to the jungle. Currently, the only neighbours to this isolated location is an illegal squatter settlement.Why did the landlords decided to build these houses in the middle of nowhere? I don't know although there's a logical explanation somewhere out there.



    This building is the last one standing amongst the 3 row of houses located somewhere in Kenny Hills. It's going to be demolished soon.The other two have been torn down already.One of my friends saw a butler opening the door in one of the torn down houses a few years back when that house was still standing. Another went up & heard a baby crying. Next day those who experienced stuff kanna fever. They went there at 12 a.m.




    Originally posted by Wai


    http://www.spi-sg.com/main/index.htm

    read yourself...dun want to think abt that late at nite now
    Last edited by allanphang; 27th December 2002 at 06:29 AM.

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    Was this chair used a long time ago ?


    Outside view from the house.


    One of the rooms on the first floor.


    In this pic below, notice the A4 paper on the wall as you go up along the stairs....it's a printed copy of a prayer in Malay. I believe it's for the Indonesian workers. Why they have it placed in that house? Your guess is as good as mine.


    One of the rooms' ceiling.


    Now in this time period, Kenny Hills is a posh area where lots of VIPs live.

    More pics (including a castle belonging to the royalty of Brunei) at:

    Kenny Hills

    Cheers,
    Allan

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    Hey I noticed that I captured an orb on film in broad daylight !

    Take a look again at the pics I posted. Check out the bottom right corner.



    Anyway, Kenny Hills has a rich history.

    Cheers,
    Allan

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