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  1. Hong Kong’s Little Paradise

    Big Wave Bay, Sai Kung Wondering where to find a place in HK to really relax and unwind? Love camping or hiking? This is Hong Kong’s little paradise. It’s a bit of a trek to get there, but it’s worth it. The photos below were taken on two separate occasions. The first was at the start of November, beginning of winter, the weather was beautiful! The water was cold but not too cold for a quick dip. The second time was at the end of June and not advisable because of the heat. It was more like a beach holiday than a photography outing; the group of people I went with were all part of the Hong Kong Photography Club. Both occasions, we camped over night to capture sunset, night and sunrise. Big Wave Bay in Sai Kung is the total opposite of Big Wave Bay on Hong Kong Island. You are more likely to see cows than you are to see crowds of surfers and bikini clad models! How to get there? Click here: Big Wave Bay directions Source
  2. The Lion Dance

    Just a cinemagraph of a lion dance outside my window at 10am this morning! The guy on the right, in black, must be a village big wig to have this done for him every year. Source
  3. Chinese New Year 2013

    Happy Chinese New Year of the Snake!Here are a collection of Chinese New Year images from the past few days around Hong Kong, Kowloon, Lantau Island and Lamma Island, enjoy. The post Chinese New Year 2013 appeared first on . Source
  4. 100 Strangers updated!

    An ongoing collection of people I have chatted with and photographed for a series called 100 Strangers. Check out the original project here: http://www.100strangers.com/ http://www.flickr.com/groups/100strangers/ I used a 50mm lens to achieve the shallow depth of field you see in the images below – it is said to be the closest field of view to the human eye. If for any reason you are one of the people in these pics and you would like me to send a copy to you, please send me a message and i’ll get back to you ASAP. Also if you are not comfortable having your pic here then let me know and i’ll remove it! The post 100 Strangers updated! appeared first on . Source
  5. Dusk till Dawn in Kowloon

    These images are part of a mini-series called Dusk till Dawn. I will add to it as I capture more images that fit in with the theme. A midnight to morning photo walk through Kowloon, from Shek Kip Mei to Tsim Sha Tsui. This was the ultimate way to see what goes on in HK after dark. Click to view slideshow.The post Dusk till Dawn in Kowloon appeared first on . Source
  6. Old Kowloon

    I’ve been wanting to explore Kowloon more this year so I arranged a photo walk from Diamond Hill to Kowloon City. This area is famous for the Kowloon Walled City(torn down in 1994), and Kowloon City, which was in the old Kai Tak airport flight path and is now home to many Thai’s and Thai restaurants. I also did a cinemagraph at the housing estate outside the Kowloon Walled City Park. (give it a sec to load) The post Old Kowloon appeared first on . Source
  7. Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close

    on Lamma Island The post Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close appeared first on . Source
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