This image is probably one of the oldest in my newly completed electronic portfolio.
It is of an overhead view of the wet market in Central, Hong Kong. China. It was made from a flyover of what used to be called “The World’s Longest Escalator.” But, in the interest of full disclosure, it is now called “The Travelator” because it is not one long escalator, but a system of escalators, conveyor belts, fly overs and over passes that runs from the banking district in Central all the way to the Mid-Levels. It is a great way to commute and for a tourist it is a great way to see Hong Kong life without schelpping up and down Hong Kong’s steep stairways and streets.
My portfolio is rather large. 60 images. People, places and things. For the largest part, the images aren’t older then three years.
If you would like to see it, send me an email and I’ll send it to you.
I used Apple’s i-Work, which is very elegant way of creating and distributing my work. It is essentially an online Powerpoint presentation with room for my comments and replies from my viewers. It’s still a beta which means that unless you are using i-Work too, you can’t see it as a programed video. But, you can click on each image to move forward.