Sentosa is a tiny, resort peppered, island connected to Singapore, itself a small island! Sentosa is often crammed full of tourists and locals looking to escape the bustle of Singapore’s steaming, teeming streets. On this afternoon for some reason it was relatively deserted with only a lifeguard (seen in red and yellow) and small scattering of beach goers. When relatively quiet it is truly a blessing to visit. On days like this it’s my habit to bring my hammock and a good book and doze between the palm trees.
Award Winner: Photo of the Day | June 03
Award Score: 67 (Value 13, Clarity 13, Composition 17, Style 12, Skill 12)
Photo of the Day Award Category: Travel Photography
Photograph Location: Sentosa, Singapore
Photographer: Sean Lowcay (Singapore) Registered
New Zealand born and raised, Sean Lowcay moved to Singapore in 2006 and has been photographing the wonderful people and places of Asia ever since. His passion for photography was ignited as a child, by the gift of an Instamatic camera from his mother, which he promptly started pointing at everyone and everything – a bad habit which he continues to this day, though the equipment has had an update. Sean pursues his street, portrait and fashion based photography with a dreamy, enigmatic style, creating works of beauty and mystery – which, happily, some have found to be of commercial use. He finds creative inspiration in classic movies and in the faces of the people he photographs.