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Showing posts from October 6, 2013

Cyclist of Steel

(Ricoh GRD4)

Travellers from the West can easily tell one thing unusual about cyclists in this part of the world: they ride on the road with absolutely no safety protection, and even wearing slippers, as if they were cycling on a dust road in a rural village where there were just cattle and old people around. It is kind of a miracle that few of them have got killed on the road in Hong Kong.

On Stage

(Ricoh GRD4)This time each year, from mid October to mid December, opens the best window of opportunity for taking photographs in Hong Kong using natural light coz the colours and shapes and details of all things on earth are brought to life under the sunlight entering at the low angle. What can be more fun and relaxing than a lunchtime stroll with a camera after a half day’s hard work (maybe except a cup of one’s favourite coffee).This scene caught my attention immediately when I saw it some 30 metres away: the lady in white, the highlight of the edges, the contrast; they all make for a keeper. It was my lucky day because for some reason the lady kept standing at the spot as if she had been posing for this shot. I paced up the ramp hurriedly and took the shoot.

Staring Moodily

(Ricoh GRD4)Enjoy.


(Ricoh GRD4)Enjoy!