Friday, 31 March 2017

Around the Corner

X Play, f2.0, 1/4167, ISO 50, JPG

Wednesday, 29 March 2017

Red Bike

X Play, f2.0, 1/24, ISO 500, JPG

Tuesday, 28 March 2017

Monday, 13 March 2017

A Day in Hanoi


Hanoi, always great to come back here even if it's for a short stay.


I have friends here but I also like the vibe and energy of the city. It has character and despite being crowded it feels quite laid back at the same time.


It is also very good for photography, despite me usually not doing much photography but mostly taking it easy and enjoying the local coffee and bia hoi.


People always ask me what there is to do in Hanoi but like everywhere in Vietnam, the best thing to do is to sit on the street, have a coffee or bia hoi and watch the world go by.


Monday, 6 March 2017

People Reading in HK


Most people in Hong Kong might be using their phones a lot but there are still enough people who read newspapers and books.



Since I had my flight back to Da Nang in the afternoon, there was enough time for another walk around today.



It was great being in Hong Kong again and I'll need to do more trips here to do some street photography in the future.


Sunday, 5 March 2017

Some Red in HK


Another day and another walk around Kowloon and the markets in Mongkok but since it was Sunday, I also decided to ho to Hong Kong Island and climb all the way to the peak.



This time I focused on red as the colour for today's photos.



Hong Kong island around Central is always packed with all the foreign workers on Sundays so it's quite interesting to see.



In the evening I went to the harbor to see the light show again, it's always nice and there are many people so it also makes for some good photography opportunities.



Despite taking a few landscape photos, I decided to stick with only street photos for this post.


Saturday, 4 March 2017

People and Phones in HK


People everywhere are obsessed with their phones but this is especially true in big cities and Hong Kong being a very big city has people everywhere looking down at their phones.



I did a series on people and phones before but today, I didn't even try to focus on this but it just happened that the majority of my photos had people and phones in them.



There are many things to do and see in Hong Kong but the best thing for me is still wandering around the streets and taking photos.



The weather was very nice so there were plenty of people out and the streets were pretty crowded, which made it ideal for street photography.



I also managed to meet up with my friend Nevin for a nice chat and dinner.


The last photo is my favorite photo from the day.