Hrm. I was frolicking with the evil barking dogs (you can see them in #3) from 6 PM thereabouts. Then went to the other side of the station around 6.30 PM plus, then went to Mathilda House. Hehe.
Yeah, the station people are quite worked up about such things, I'm hoping that I'll get on an empty train waiting to leave the next time I go Punggol though, last time I got that with my kit lens wasn't wide enough to capture the entire interior from the front. :bsmilie:
Was what I saw, there were no clouds that day hence less of the boring sky; which also explains the extreme redness of the scene, the sun was really bleeding red and very visible, add that to the fact that the Mathilda House soil is actually clayish (I think), very red and you get the "scorched earth" effect.
For moving close, had some shots like that but didn't like them, due to the ugly fence erected around Mathilda House, became apparent when closer.
Thanks for the kind comments, and suggestions, much appreciated. Personally I do not really like #5, perhaps I should have taken the scene earlier when the sun was higher, can include more of the sky, but was too carried away with the LRT track. Will definitely reshoot soon.