In the Oldest Building

Another bit of reworking. Man Mo Temple. Sheung Wan. Hong Kong. Everybody takes this picture in some form. Mostly, I’ve seen it with many rows of incense coils. It’s a stock travel staple. I’ve probably shot the location 15 or 16 times. Nothing really changes. The temple was built in 1847. It’s reputed to beContinue reading “In the Oldest Building”

Hollywood Road

Hollywood Road. Not in that Hollywood. That’s in Los Angeles. In California. This one is in Hong Kong. As in China. It was the second road to be built by the British after the colony after they began Queen’s Road. It was the first to be finished. Apparently, it was named after a garden inContinue reading “Hollywood Road”

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”