A quick stop over in Hong Kong

framed in the window

Hong Kong is always an interesting stop over and a great place to hit the streets with a camera in hand to try and capture some of the essence of every day life.  In Hong Kong it is great to walk many of the smaller side streets and back alleys where you will always find something interesting.  he following photos are from a quick 23hr stop over and are all taken with the Olympus OM-D E-M5 and a combination of lenses Voigtlander 17.5mm, Olympus 17mm and 12mm and the Panasonic Leica 25mm.  I took the time to play with the Panasonic Leica 25mm quite a bit an that generally stayed on the camera most of the time.  I do prefer to shoot wider but sometimes its nice to trys omething new and I find it makes you think about what you are doing a little bit more.

Under the witches in Soho

hot hard work

with a smile

hiding from the sun


this way

framed happiness

like a reflection

A lane of things

a sincere smile

graphic detail

neatly arranged greens

with a smile

eyes and teeth

framed people

inverse shadows

its style!



keeping the flies away

fresh sprouts

It's a a world of people and phones

stars and stripes

more phones

A smoke and a smile


catching up on the news

behind the flowers

All casual in soho

Flashing a smile

A stray tiolet

Newspapers and a drink

A true smile of happiness

intimately being watched

half changed

ready for no more scream



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