Last stop: eggs. Generally speaking, Singapore relies heavily on the import of all foodstuff. There are some exceptions, such as eggs. This stall sold both eggs from Singapore and neighbouring Malaysia. The ones from Singapore were marginally expensive and the seller assured me they were bigger (I could not make out the difference visually). Turns out that breeders can indeed tune biology and economics in different ways to control egg sizes. I found this link which gives a summary in understandable terms - all of it was new to me: link here
And with this, I have 1,500 images in slightly under ten years. More than improvement in photography technique, I think I changed in my approach and thought process over this period.
|camera||Canon EOS 7D Mark II|
|exposure mode||full manual|