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Walking Empty Streets At Changi Airport | Pandemic Outbreak Aftermath: Changi Airport Singapore Now

Discussion in 'Smartphone photography' started by Pocket Poetry, Apr 22, 2020.

  1. Pocket Poetry

    Pocket Poetry New Member

    Shot with a Huawel P30 Pro

    Walking the near empty streets at what used to be one of the world's
    busiest airport, Changi Airport in Singapore, amid the global health
    pandemic outbreak.

    This is what Changi Airport Singapore looks like now.

    Through the lens of a smartphone, the airport's final operating hours -
    before the Circuit Breaker that "lockdown" Singapore and brought its
    economy to a near stand-still - was captured.

    What you see is far from its glory days, as if lives and humans have disappeared at the snap of a finger.

    As Singapore and the world attempt to stop the spread of the virus that
    has infected over 2.2 million people (at time of writing), bustling
    areas are replaced with scenes of empty walkways, and human activities
    are replaced with an air of stillness (and return of nature).

    What all of us can do now is to exercise social responsibility by
    staying at home, practicing good hygiene, and masking up when you
    absolutely need to go out.

    Together, we can overcome this!

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  2. IvorETower

    IvorETower Little Buttercup

    Very sad, I flew into Singapore last May and back home to the UK on the Saturday before the late May bank hol last year with younger daughter, not long after The Jewel had opened (but not fully)
     

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