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
Martyr’s Park, Guangzhou
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Martyr’s Park, Guangzhou

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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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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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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



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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Hung Out To Dry.
(Hardy har har… I know)
Sai Wan, Hong Kong
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Hung Out To Dry.

(Hardy har har… I know)

Sai Wan, Hong Kong

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Classical Stylings
Imagine how grand a place imperial China must have been back in her day.
Confucius Temple, Beijing
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Classical Stylings

Imagine how grand a place imperial China must have been back in her day.

Confucius Temple, Beijing

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Multidimensional.
I love the contrast in the coarseness of the environment to the European sensibilities of Aude. 
Sheung Wan, Hong Kong
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Multidimensional.

I love the contrast in the coarseness of the environment to the European sensibilities of Aude. 

Sheung Wan, Hong Kong

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Two sides to every story.
I find alleyways to be fascinating places. I like that they are almost always a more honest presentation of any city.
Shau Kei Wan, Hong Kong
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Two sides to every story.

I find alleyways to be fascinating places. I like that they are almost always a more honest presentation of any city.

Shau Kei Wan, Hong Kong

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Shapes and Sizes.
Cheung Chau is an island around 10km off the south coast of Hong Kong island. It was first founded as a fishing village, but now relies mostly on tourism. But it takes only a glance at its coast to see that it hasn’t forgotten its roots, yet. 
Cheung Chau, Hong Kong
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Shapes and Sizes.

Cheung Chau is an island around 10km off the south coast of Hong Kong island. It was first founded as a fishing village, but now relies mostly on tourism. But it takes only a glance at its coast to see that it hasn’t forgotten its roots, yet. 

Cheung Chau, Hong Kong

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Another Life.
And to think, on a 45-minute bus ride away from this, hundreds of thousands of people are stuffed up in tall glass buildings worried about the next unpredictable gyration in the market. I guess I’m equally guilty of it.
Shek O Village, Hong Kong
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Another Life.

And to think, on a 45-minute bus ride away from this, hundreds of thousands of people are stuffed up in tall glass buildings worried about the next unpredictable gyration in the market. I guess I’m equally guilty of it.

Shek O Village, Hong Kong

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Beachside Sunset.
The street lights in the distance look a little like fairy lights. Magical.
Shek O Beach, Hong Kong
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Beachside Sunset.

The street lights in the distance look a little like fairy lights. Magical.

Shek O Beach, Hong Kong

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At Night.
She’s at her best at night. After the sun goes down, her beauty, her personality lights up; she takes on a new dimension. 
Victoria’s Peak, Hong Kong
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At Night.

She’s at her best at night. After the sun goes down, her beauty, her personality lights up; she takes on a new dimension. 

Victoria’s Peak, Hong Kong

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