We need to avoid doing the same thing and look out for or even create the next paradigm shift.
We need to think about how we can add value to our work.
It’s all about win-win.
What’s our ROI on this?
We need to think outside the box here.
This is inevitable – it’s because of creative destruction.
We need to synergize our mission and vision.
Let’s pluck the low-hanging fruit for now and circle back to this discussion later.
Camera: Contax TVS II
Film: Kodak BW400CN
We were at a wet market in Yuen Long.
I walked past this shed and felt I really had to take a shot.
If you’re in construction, you have to be a bit of a Spiderman.
They’re very agile.
Chicken rice stall.
We walked through a wet market.
Straw hats for sale.
Very fried and oily calamari (or were they oysters)?
I thought the wall was rather beautiful.
I was having a William Eggleston moment here.
The second floor of a village house.
More dried seafood.
Some more dried seafood.
Dried seafood, anyone?
Last chance to buy dried seafood!
Scaffoldings offer lots of compositional possibilities.
I walked around to obtain different angles.
I have so many others but I’ll stop here.
The underside of awnings too, can be beautiful.
Check out the lines, colours and shadows.
Sometimes the most common of things can offer up beauty.
The blue and yellow above go very well together.
The arm offers a quirky variation to the scene.
Some more scaffolding.
Parking lot signage.
Thanks for reading!
All photographs here were taken with the now classic Canon G11.
We have been creating a scaffolding here, of which the centre is humankind. Or if this is too grandiose, perhaps we could say that the centre here is a self, a contingency of photography, language, and thought. We think we are building something here but what finally emerges is a self with whom we quarrel.