Hong Kong, China, taken on December 30, 2016
Hong Kong, a place that never sleeps, is an extremely fast-paced society and an amazing place to observe the coming and going of people. One night I was travelling in the front row on the upper deck of a “ding ding” tram on Hong Kong Island. Here, at one point, the tram stopped to let the pedestrians cross the road.
Glasgow, Scotland, taken on March 22, 2015
It may surprise you that Glasgow is full of amazing wall art, but upon discovering this fact, it has become one of my favourite aspects of the city. Here’s an example of one near where I live, one that is full of exquisite curves and details. It may not be obvious at first sight but it is indeed a piece of art made specifically for the Bar Gallus, which is right next to the mural. Unfortunately a couple of months ago, the Gallus peacock has been removed and replaced with a new mural, of which I have yet to take a photo. Gallus peacock, you’re greatly missed!
Sapa, Vietnam, taken on December 31, 2015
Trekking into and out of the mountains of Sapa in Vietnam, many children of the surrounding villages joined us in our hike. Without their help, many of us would have slipped in the rainy mud, but for them, it was just another day of having visitors bypass their homes. (See the original photo in colour.)
Hoi An, Vietnam, taken on December 26, 2015
The markets in Hoi An are filled with so many interesting, picture-worthy people. This elderly lady is but one of the many people whose photos I managed to capture. (See the original photo in colour.)
Hoi An, Vietnam, taken on December 25, 2015
The beautiful people of Southeast Asia are so perfect for street portraits that my collection of images can be a series on its own. Here is a vendor at a night market in Hoi An, manning his booth and ready to haggle if you are 😛 (See the original photo in colour.)