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
I’ve left a piece of my heart somewhere in a hutong in Beijing.
Beijing, China
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I’ve left a piece of my heart somewhere in a hutong in Beijing.

Beijing, China

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Claustrophobia.
Never too far away from a wall here.
Central, Hong Kong
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Claustrophobia.

Never too far away from a wall here.

Central, Hong Kong

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Attachment.
This was shot on my brother’s Fujifilm X100s. We swapped cameras briefly when we were out shooting for an afternoon, but perhaps we were too attached to our own, this exercised lasted only some 10 minutes haha. Luckily in those 10 minutes, I managed to capture this shot which I’m quite fond of. Gotta hand it to the 35mm focal length!
Central, Hong Kong
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Attachment.

This was shot on my brother’s Fujifilm X100s. We swapped cameras briefly when we were out shooting for an afternoon, but perhaps we were too attached to our own, this exercised lasted only some 10 minutes haha. Luckily in those 10 minutes, I managed to capture this shot which I’m quite fond of. Gotta hand it to the 35mm focal length!

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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Appetite.

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

Central, 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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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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A Day In A Park In China (I) - The Dancers.

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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