This was overexposed and I dismissed it at first.
Funny how mistakes turn out to be wonderfully intriguing in hindsight.
Adjacent to Ma On Shan Central Park, facing Tolo Harbour, is a homely stretch.
On a leisurely weekend, you’ll find joggers, sunrise/sunset photographers and people simply out for a walk.
I’ve underexposed these shots, and realized one could transform the homely and familiar into something uncanny, slightly gothic and perhaps even frightening.
I think it has to do with seeing and not being able to see. Simply by playing with light, one could change things.
That is why I think street photography is about “capturing” as much as constructing and playing with reality.