I was going through my cache of photos in preparation for a long overdue update to my GES Photography site when I realized that I had a rather large body of work of various themes. Some of the photos I may have posted before, but quite a few have yet to see the light of … More All sorts of streets 色々な道
A bit of an odd subject heading perhaps, but last weekend, a day before Typhoon Usagi was due to reach Hong Kong, we went diving. Because of the waves, we ended up being shielded by the appropriately named Shelter Island. The diving was actually quite good but the strong current and surges made staying still … More Gimme shelter 泊めてください
Last week, I handed in my last paper from the two-year university program I’ve been taking, so maybe now I’ll be able to get caught up on a few other things. More photos for this blog, for instance. So, just some of what I’ve taken on random walk-abouts around Hong Kong. Hopefully now I’ll get … More Some catching up 追い付く事
Not too long ago, I decided to head out to Sai Kung town on a Saturday (Sundays are best avoided if you’re not partial to crowds). Now, Sai Kung district (click for map) is actually a large area in the eastern part of the mainland of Hong Kong, but there’s also Sai Kung town which … More Sai Kung town サイ・カング村
Ok, so the scanner issue has been resolved, no thanks to Epson by the way. That means that I’ve been able to scan most of the backlog of film that sat there while I was trying to figure out what to do about the scanner. Essentially, it required me to completely uninstall the program and … More New toy… uh, I mean tool 新しい撮影道具
A little video that’s quite interesting for those of you who, like me, still see the benefits of shooting with film versus digital. Many of the reasons given in the clip are why I still predominantly shoot film and why I think that, while digital has given us convenience and near instant feedback, many people … More Film still rocks!
From Nov. 26 to Dec. 12, Victoria prison in Central Hong Kong was host to deTour 2010, a showcase for local artists, designers and musicians. While the exhibits themselves were interesting, as was the photo exhibit of old Hong Kong in the Police quarters, of real interest was the prison itself. To my knowledge, this … More Off to prison 刑務所に行く