That’s the bustling area near Tai Po Market MTR Station.
The trick I suppose with street photography is to find a place that is bustling and yet not too crowded so you could walk and stop comfortably without being too conspicuous.
Lots of metaphorical possibilities here.
Tree + building + bamboo scaffolding = Hong Kong!
It’s a hot day.
A shredded plastic bag as leading line.
Let the buildings speak.
Hard at work.
I managed to take all these shots before my Contax TVS II decided to call it a day. The shutters stuttered and died.
I’ve been to a few repair places and was told, well, that’s the story of vintage electronic film cameras. Sigh.
And guess what … it’s loaded with one of my few remaining rolls of the discontinued Kodak BW400CN.
Oh well … at least I have one more working TVS II and another TVS I…
Camera: Contax TVS II
Film: Kodak BW400CN