A Thinking Street Photography Blog
Again I find myself walking around Admiralty.
There are messages I’d like to read again and again.
An expression of people’s will.
A bicycle – I wasn’t sure if that’s an exhibit or simply a bicycle.
That’s an exhibit for sure – I saw this same car on campus at CUHK the other day.
“Jan Po Suen” is the Cantonese pronunciation for true universal suffrage.
George Orwell. Has it really come to this?
Translation: unity is strength.
The number of hours that must have been spent making these.
But the medium is the message, I’d think.
Meaning all of these are so fragile and vulnerable.
Not unlike the will of a people.
That’s the People’s Liberation Army Forces Hong Kong Building – a very visible ominous reminder.
Would a people’s determination be enough?
History, we know, will sort out the villains and the heroes.
They’ve even got a map, in case a visitor is lost.
Thanks for reading!
Camera: Canon 600D
Legacy Lens: Vivitar 24mm F 2.8