Alex. Aussie. Follower of Jesus. I am armed with an Olympus OM-D. This is my Tumblog of original photos.
Based in Hong Kong SAR.
Appetite.
Food is available any time, any where in this city.
Central, Hong Kong
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Appetite.

Food is available any time, any where in this city.

Central, Hong Kong

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I spend a lot of time in glass towers nowadays, so gonna make the most of #tiltshift . #HongKong  (at One IFC 國際金融中心一期)

I spend a lot of time in glass towers nowadays, so gonna make the most of #tiltshift . #HongKong (at One IFC 國際金融中心一期)



'Nother day, 'nother dollar.

Friends, you may have noticed a drop in the rate I’ve been posting recently. Big apologies about that. There’s a reason for this: it’s because I’ve returned to the wonderful world of full-time employment (yay!) after a protracted season in China studying then in HK looking for work (read: funemployment). The downside of all this is that my social media activities have had to take a back-seat amidst my working, running my new website, plus other social commitments.

All this isn’t to complain or brag about how busy life has become; rather, it is just to say I haven’t given up on this blog and will strive to post here as frequently as I possibly can. Thank you for being so patient with me and for your continued support - it does not go unappreciated! 



Candy.
Camila
Victoria Harbour, Hong Kong
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Candy.

Camila

Victoria Harbour, Hong Kong

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Quintessence. 
Sai Wan, Hong Kong
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Quintessence. 

Sai Wan, Hong Kong

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Secrets.
Sai Wan, Hong Kong
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Secrets.

Sai Wan, Hong Kong

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Wyndham Street, Central
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Wyndham Street, Central

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Remember, Remember.
When life is much simpler and joy was but a blow of soapy water away. 
Zhujiang New Town, Guangzhou
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Remember, Remember.

When life is much simpler and joy was but a blow of soapy water away. 

Zhujiang New Town, Guangzhou

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“Your dream doesn’t have an expiration date. Take a deep breath and try again.”

 —(via mindyyang)

(via ryannreyes)



All That Glitters is not Gold.
Guangzhou, China
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All That Glitters is not Gold.

Guangzhou, China

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A Day In A Park In China (III) - The Opera Singers.

One of my absolute favorite things to do every time I travel to China and have some spare time is to find a public park to people watch. If the weather is nice, as it was this day in Guangzhou, you can often find a bustle of activity. In this series of photos, I’ll try to capture just some of that.

People’s Park (人民公园), Guangzhou



Splatter.

I spent an afternoon exploring and poking my head around the back streets of Guangzhou, wanting to get a sense of how the average person lived. One thing that struck me as I walked around were the letterboxes: the first picture showing how colourful and nonchalantly they were placed in front of buildings. The second photo captures boxes for local paper, complete with smilies and decorated in a bright red. It kinda made me happy.

Guangzhou, China

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Momentos.
Zhongshan Road, Guangzhou
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Momentos.

Zhongshan Road, Guangzhou

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A Day In A Park In China (II) - The Chess Players.

One of my absolute favorite things to do every time I travel to China and have some spare time is to find a public park to people watch. If the weather is nice, as it was this day in Guangzhou, you can often find a bustle of activity. In this series of photos, I’ll try to capture just some of that.

People’s Park (人民公园), Guangzhou

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Playtime.
The pragmatism of the Chinese never fails to impress; it’s perfectly acceptable to turn the carpark of a museum into an outdoor badminton court.
Guangzhou, China
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Playtime.

The pragmatism of the Chinese never fails to impress; it’s perfectly acceptable to turn the carpark of a museum into an outdoor badminton court.

Guangzhou, China

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