Just cause they’re awesome… and because my archive has almost 1100 images and I’ve only published about 30
Well, not really. However, playing with some processing techniques gave me a very vintage look. I’ve always been intrigued to shoot and develop film, unfortunately the prohibitive cost and extremely large margin for error precludes me from doing so. We took over 14000 (yes thousand) pictures from Hong Kong over 2 years. I still go through the archives on a regular basis to find interesting, weird, strange, gems and candid captures. To this day the adventure lives vividly in the mind and reminds me of a non-stop adventure in a far yet familiar world. Here are some more new photos from the archives. For more on these wonderful adventures, check out the following;
These photos are meant to showcase the snapshots, daily life and hustle & bustle of the city. It will soon be time to go back and there’s a more than likely chance that we’re staying to finally explore the city we fell in love with as citizens instead of guests. Enjoy!
Ocean Park Hong Kong
A pair of Giant Pandas, a male named An An (安安) and a female called Jia Jia (佳佳), were given to Ocean Park by the central government in 1999. To mark the 10th anniversary of Hong Kong’s return to Chinese sovereignty, two more pandas were given to Hong Kong. The pair of two year-old bears, a male called Le Le (樂樂) and a female named Ying Ying (盈盈), arrived at Ocean Park from the China Conservation and Research Center in Wolong in Sichuan province on 1 May 2007.