Cheung Chau

On Cheung Chau island.

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The atmosphere is rather relaxed.

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One could dream of a life here.

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It’s one of those possible doorways.

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One could just stand here and admire the wall.

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Lack of love?

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An advertising and laundry space.

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Very homely.

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Though sometimes we could be in a hurry.

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Oh I’m dreaming I’m dreaming of a slower pace of life.

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Is it possible?

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It is possible.

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Maybe I’m romanticizing too much.

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It’s a possibility, I suppose.

Camera: Leica M6

Lens: Voigtlander Nokton Classic 35mm f/1.4 SC

Film: Ilford XP2



4 thoughts on “Cheung Chau

  1. I like your style of photography representation. Narrative. Its amazing how your gray-scale images brings so much character out. Please tell me how do you choose which photograph to be changed to balck-n-white.

    1. Thank you! 🙂 It’s not a matter of choice, since I’m using b/w film. Ilford XP2 is my preferred b/w film for cameras like Olympus XA3 and Leica M6. Colours can be distracting sometimes.

      1. well said…and now i can see that why you sill into b/w photography…its great!!!…lot to learn from these…keep capturing awesomeness 🙂

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