Hong Kong Lucida

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Mong Kok: Colourful Preoccupations

Mong Kok has become colourful and purposeful.

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Something is waiting to happen.

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The answer, my friend, is blowing in the wind…

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Waiting.

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Intentions.

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It’s all on the wall.

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The barricades.

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Even the minions are here, patiently manning the barricades.

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We’re all tourists here.

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The lion wants true universal suffrage.

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The people are here to stay.

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Resting.

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Reading.

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The umbrellas were indeed open at 6p.m., 28th October, to remember the teargas used by the police on the protesters a month ago.

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It says “Stop unethical policing”, not “stop policing”.

There is still a need for law and order.

 

Camera: Canon 600D

Legacy Lens: Meyer Optik Gorlitz Lydith 30mm f/3.5

 

 

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4 comments on “Mong Kok: Colourful Preoccupations

  1. Rajiv
    October 29, 2014

    i thought the protests were over

  2. Birdekko
    November 6, 2014

    Be safe people of Hong Kong, be safe. Love the shot of the minion bins!

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