Wednesday, 9 November 2011

Peeping Toms

Now you see me ...



... now you don't?




Where are Mum and Dad?


EXTRA, EXTRA!

Update on 10/11: Designer Joanne Pereira features Land of no cheese on her site, Eclectic Cool, today. Read about Joanne's eclectic finds in Hong Kong and around the world, and see a picture of me drinking ice lemon tea!

Also, grab this week's Time Out HK to see some of my pictures - street art, innocence, experience, and a mystery location. Here's a peek at this week and last week: (click for a larger view)


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2 comments:

  1. Nice review by Joanne. Does anybody document street art as a project, I wonder. I photograph it selectively but I can see a whole social history project coming on here. One of my Flickr contacts is contemplating doing so.

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  2. Yeah, street art/graffiti is alluring in HK because there's not much of it - it's a pretty clean city on the whole compared, for example, to London - but what there is is interesting and highly concentrated. Or you could look at 'contemporary' graffiti versus classic - eg plumbers writing on walls advertising their service. See this article
    http://www.urbanphoto.net/blog/2011/09/29/seen-in-sheung-wan/
    and the related posts are interesting too.

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