This photo essay titled, "Home: Where Nothing Stays The Same" explores the sense of patriotism that underpins my relationship with our ever changing surrounding that we are made to call home. For me, home is a sentiment, or a feeling, that is always rooted down in the nostalgic familiarity. But when the constants are drowned out by the uninterrupted changes, it is hard to ascertain what is my relationship with this place again.
The speed of development is electric. The old is torn down and the new is rebuild. It feels like this country got to its 51st birthday in a hurried fashion; racing against the world, they say; leaving behind the memories in a daze while some others remains in a crisp sharp focus. It is hard to tell what's real and what's not when the world beneath our feet is altering so fast.