Alex. Aussie. Follower of Jesus. I am armed with an Olympus OM-D and a sucker for street photography. This is my Tumblog of original photos.
Currently in: Hong Kong SAR
Lightness.
A year ago, we climbed a mountain and had not a care in the world. 
Xiangshan, Beijing
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Lightness.

A year ago, we climbed a mountain and had not a care in the world. 

Xiangshan, Beijing

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Grime.
This is why sometimes ignorance is bliss.
Shaukeiwan, Hong Kong
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Grime.

This is why sometimes ignorance is bliss.

Shaukeiwan, Hong Kong

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Red Tops.
Mong Kok, Hong Kong
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Red Tops.

Mong Kok, Hong Kong

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The Feeding.
Mong Kok Wet Market, Mong Kok
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The Feeding.

Mong Kok Wet Market, Mong Kok

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Street Details.
Migrant workers and an old mailbox.
Shaukeiwan, Hong Kong
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Street Details.

Migrant workers and an old mailbox.

Shaukeiwan, Hong Kong

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Music in the Park.
Lychee Park, Shenzhen
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Music in the Park.

Lychee Park, Shenzhen

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So *somebody* told me I was too embarrassing to dance with in the park. I respectfully agree to disagree. Maybe.
Lychee Park, Shenzhen
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So *somebody* told me I was too embarrassing to dance with in the park. I respectfully agree to disagree. Maybe.

Lychee Park, Shenzhen

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Deng’s Legacy
It’s been a handful of years since I last visited Shenzhen and my previous impression of it was not so fond. This time, however, had me thoroughly impressed. It’s a megapolis like the other tier-1 Chinese cities, but unlike the other major Chinese cities, Shenzhen really has only come to significance in the last 30 years following Deng Xiaoping’s economic reforms. What a legacy he’s left.
Deng’s Portrait, Shenzhen
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Deng’s Legacy

It’s been a handful of years since I last visited Shenzhen and my previous impression of it was not so fond. This time, however, had me thoroughly impressed. It’s a megapolis like the other tier-1 Chinese cities, but unlike the other major Chinese cities, Shenzhen really has only come to significance in the last 30 years following Deng Xiaoping’s economic reforms. What a legacy he’s left.

Deng’s Portrait, Shenzhen

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No Escape.
Mong Kok, Hong Kong
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No Escape.

Mong Kok, Hong Kong

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When Two Old Souls Meet Again.
Pei.
Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
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When Two Old Souls Meet Again.

Pei.

Causeway Bay, Hong Kong

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Worship
Sheung Wan, Hong Kong
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Worship

Sheung Wan, Hong Kong

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Who’s Hungry?
Street food.
Yau Ma Tei, Hong Kong
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Who’s Hungry?

Street food.

Yau Ma Tei, Hong Kong

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Down Memory Lane.
Marina.
Guozijian Hutong, Beijing
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Down Memory Lane.

Marina.

Guozijian Hutong, Beijing

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People Watching in Beijing (5)
The Lone Saxophonist 
Sanlitun, Beijing
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People Watching in Beijing (5)

The Lone Saxophonist 

Sanlitun, Beijing

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