A Thinking Street Photography Blog
I’ve been to the various protest sites over the past three weeks at various times.
They keep changing.
They keep changing simply because it is the nature of the protests.
They require a constant infusion of people, energy and creativity, of which Hong Kong has in abundance.
Hence, I kept raising my camera to my eye.
These were taken at Mong Kok about three weeks ago.
There is a need to see, understand and document.
What Hong Kong wants – that’s not very difficult to understand.
The writing is very clear.
What Hong Kong will get, no one knows at this point.
We don’t really have a bird’s eye view.
All one could do is to keep asking.
And be willing to do the hard work.
Sacrifice, toil and labour.
And pray that something good will come out of it.
The work of waiting and keeping watch goes on.
And there’s always hope.
History will be the judge.
All images were taken with the Contax TVS street camera and converted into monochrome from a single roll of Fuji Superia 800 film.