Finally – a clear day in Hong Kong after all those strange flu-inducing misty days.
Time to wear those sunglasses I’ve been stocking up and lose the jacket.
Nice grainy view.
Nice arrangement of elements.
Good fishing weather.
What, really, is there to talk about when it comes to street photography?
In the end, we’re capturing our selves.
And the constraints that shape us.
Street photography is another way of thinking.
Another way of looking.
Sometimes the scene seems a bit bare.
Until one encounters a human figure.
The art is long and life so short.
Camera: Leica M6
Lens: Voigtlander Nokton Classic 35mm f/1.4 SC
Film: Kodak BW400CN
But there is also another pace of life which you can see on weekends.
You’ll see people cycling, fishing and taking leisurely walks.
There are fast-paced days and there are slow-paced days.
Today, we’ll go slow.
This entry is about cycling with my son, without photographs of us cycling.
You can see our bikes in the background though.
At moments like this, we slip into another time. You’ll see people enjoying being alone, in their own space-time bubbles.
This is the bike shop we go to when there’s something to the bikes I can’t fix. They’re really friendly and will actually tell me I don’t need that pair of fancy bike gloves when a generic one would do as well.
My cynical self would think about the way they are setting up their profit margins. But they sometimes do minor repairs and maintenance for free as well.
The boss will just tell you it’s free of charge and please buy your next bicycle from him.
She was shielding her eyes from the sun, so naturally I brought my camera to my eye.
That’s at the end of Wu Kai Sha beach. You’ll see quite a number of village houses.