Hong Kong Lucida

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Somewhere in Yuen Long

Sometimes I don’t know where I am.

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This place is accessible via a walking or biking trail.

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And you get to see a sinking village house.

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My wife organizes these day trips for the family and I simply tag along… I’m fortunate that way.

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I’ll go anywhere as long as there’re things to see.

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I know for sure this is somewhere in Yuen Long.

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And the village is accessible only via a boat.

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It’s another way of life.

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It’s a “can do” DIY attitude I need to learn.

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He saw my camera but basically ignored me and went on with his work.

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I’m trying to improve my Chinese.

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Assuming I got that right, it says “the only human-operated bumboat in the whole of Hong Kong, from 6am till 11pm”.

My set up for the day was a Contax TVS II loaded with Ilford XP2 400.

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2 comments on “Somewhere in Yuen Long

  1. enmanscamera
    September 19, 2014

    nice series.

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