Back From That


Okay. Now I’m back from my departure into the real world. Back to the world of experimentation and some kind of an attempt at art. So. This is Victoria Harbor which is a major shipping lane and separates Hong Kong Island and Kowloon and the rest of the New Territories. As you get closer toContinue reading “Back From That”

Windows


This is one of my favorite “little” pictures. I made this picture from the terminal of the Star Ferry in Hong Kong. I photographed it a couple of ways. I focused on the window frame, leaving the background soft. And, I kept the background sharp and left the foreground soft. I like it better withContinue reading “Windows”

Concrete Canyons


I was looking at this picture that I made in Admiralty, Hong Kong and realized just how power the island had become. Most of the buildings that form the backdrop of this image are banks. major banks with their Asian home offices located in Hong Kong. The pinkish buildings in the foreground are housing estates,Continue reading “Concrete Canyons”

… Is Melting In The Dark


An old friend mentioned an old song called MacArthur Park. Apparently, his brother never thought it made any sense. It made sense. To a few of us… and, I’ll leave it like that. Anyway. This is Hong Kong, made from my roof top. But, it could be any city which is the point of thisContinue reading “… Is Melting In The Dark”

Zooooooooom


I think this will be the last image from Hong Kong that I post for a while. Hong Kong has one of the best public transportation systems in the world. Between ferries, the MTR, trams buses and a huge amount of taxis you really don’t need a car. Yet, many people own cars which contributesContinue reading “Zooooooooom”

The Wet Market


Once again, I’ve decided to publish a picture from Hong Kong. This image was made from the Hollywood Road entrance to the wet market in Central. It’s more of a scene setter which gives the viewer an idea of where the market is located among the skyscrapers of the city. In case you are wondering,Continue reading “The Wet Market”

Far Away Home


When I first started hanging out in Hong Kong, I used to live on this street. In those days, Staunton Street was aw very quiet street. There was a small printing shop, a repair shop, a seamstress and – the big tourist attraction at the time – the one time home of Sun Yat Sen.InContinue reading “Far Away Home”

The Need…


… for speed. Okay. I admit it. I borrowed that from the old movie Top Gun. I can’t remember who said to who, but two aviators were walking along the flight line.My need for speed? I like to drive fast on long open stretches of road. But, what I really like to do is makeContinue reading “The Need…”

Red Sails At Night


Okay. Two things. I borrowed the title from Bing Crosby. And, I’m happy to be back to a single picture. Creating categories and writing tags for a 30 picture selection from Picture A Day is hard work. So. This picture was made in Hong Kong at Victoria Harbor, or Harbour if you prefer. This isContinue reading “Red Sails At Night”

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