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June 03, 2009

Seen This Scene That Reader Feature (1)

Seen This Scene That Reader Feature (1)

The winner of my 'Places to see in Singapore' quiz is Seen This Scene That reader and blogger Tan Geng Hui from http://www.photojournalist-tgh.tv who was picked using random.org's list randomizer feature. (Curious thing noted - if I submit the names again, I would get another name at the top. Anyway, I keyed all the participant's names and generated a random list once for the winner.)

Photo courtesy of Tan Geng Hui: 'A recent night scenery of the Marina BayFront from the Marina Barrage.'

As a prize for the quiz, I have prepared a Seen This Scene That Reader Feature for the winner. In this Reader Feature, the winner was 'interviewed' via e-mail to produce this post. In the interest of brevity, I have released only the juicier details.

STST: Hi Geng Hui, as an introduction, could you tell my readers a little about yourself?

TGH: I'm a heartlander you might come across the streets in Singapore, a blogger with a love for photography since a young boy and great passion for traveling and writing my travel journals, adventures and events. I once dreamt to be a National Geographic Photojournalist :)

STST: Wow, a National Geographic photographer and writer! You must have been traveling quite a fair bit around Singapore trying to capture beautiful scenes and putting words to pictures. What are some of the interesting scenes or articles we can expect to see on your site?

TGH: In my Photojournalist site, I write about Photography, Travel, Nature and Events.

STST: Of all the pretty places in Singapore, where can we find the memorable scenes that you like to visit often?

TGH: I like to visit Marina Barrage, Changi Coastal area, Marina BayFront, Pulau Ubin and Central Catchment Area.

STST: Seems like an exotic range of places to see. Tell us why do these scenic places appeal to you so much?

TGH: These are all beautiful places that showcase Singapore and its relationship of her surroundings with conservation and economic growth.

STST: Can I ask you a personal question? Why do you read Seen This Scene That?

TGH: I read and follow Seen This Scene That on a daily basis, because it's amazing and awesome. A lot of people including Singaporeans thought Singapore is a small and boring country, with not much interesting places to visit. Seen This Scene That defies this notion and brings us to locations off the mainstream and shows us an insight into how beautiful and interesting Singapore is !!

STST: Thank you Geng Hui, you're so generous with your compliments! Are there words of wisdom that you would like to share with my readers?

TGH: Let's all take photos of Singapore, share and keep those memories for our future generations !

STST: Thanks for taking time off for this interview at such short notice, especially after you've just completed a 42-km run in the recent Sundown Marathon.

Readers of Seen This Scene That, I hope you have learnt something new from Geng Hui. I urge you to visit Tan Geng Hui's Photojournalist site now to learn great photography skills so that we can preserve the scenes of today for tomorrow's generations.

See more places. Live more life.

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Jinghui said...

Thank you very much for the honour to be featured in your blog !

A thank you post at my photoblog -



STST said...

Congrats to you, Geng Hui for winning the quiz.

And thanks for the unexpected post on Seen This Scene That at your site.

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