A Thinking Street Photography Blog
This is getting obsessive, I know. But I can’t help but think it’s important to document these sites.
They aren’t going to be here forever.
I think these are supposed to resemble corpses, indicating that the protesters would be waiting here till they die.
An installation of a protester.
(Very) rough translation: Respect Hong Kong’s right to decide.
The hope of a generation.
A closer look.
Another installation. There were many of these on the road.
Learning from history and literature – is it possible to argue against the above banner?
Umbrella revolution – a work in progress.
The writing on the wall.
A balloon with inverted umbrellas.
Message behind bars.
There are so many banners.
The people continue to speak.
Building a community.
If I’m not wrong, that’s the traditional practice of using a slipper to slap a picture of your enemy.
That’s a pretty strong statement.
That’s what it’s about.
Thanks for reading!
Camera: Contax TVS II
Film: Fuji Venus 800