Vivonne Bay on Kangaroo Island.This was taken on a recent trip to South Australia. There are many beaches like this on the island, more remote, but just as beautiful.
The Perth Boatshed. This is one of the most iconic building in Perth and have been a favorite location for a photo opt amongst tourist and wedding parties alike. However, on an early and rare foggy morning provided the perfect opportunity to capture this classic shed.
I observed today along the beachfront near my uncle’s house in Sai Kung, some people flying kites. The dancing and twirling between two, three kites was not just some sort of aerial display, but rather a battle to dismember each other’s strings. After a kite was ‘killed’, it floated just like a dying leaf, carried by the wind to its final resting place as the owner swiftly retrieved what was left of the string. Each combatant carried a box of kites identical to replace the lost kite and continue on with the battle. After awhile you notice your surroundings, littered with these tissue kites and strings, the torn and shredded remnants multiply with each contest.
In the previous year, we traveled through Japan for three week. The country was dripping with history and it was a vast contrast to where I am studying at the moment in Perth. This picture is perhaps my favorite from the trip. Asakusa (or Sensoji) Temple, located in Tokyo. Hopefully you get the sense of the grandeur and the country’s effort to preserve its history in this photo.
Today was a fun day trying something I don’t usually do, indoor portraits. Having been shooting with primarily outdoor natural lighting, this day presented a different set of challenges. However, my model, rebelyel, was a pleasure to work with and the end result made all the difficulties well worth it!
I can’t wait to go back to Hong Kong in a few days for Chinese New Year celebrations! Amongst the ritual of eating and ‘lucky money’, hopefully I will get some chance to practice more street photography and come away with a few good photos! Stay tuned!
Star ferry in Hong Kong. This often reminds me of the countless excursions across Victoria Harbor since childhood and not much as changed since then. The ferry service a contrast to a city that is always changing and advancing, but tries to maintain its history and heritage.
Breathtaking views of the Flinders Range in South Australia from Wilpena Pound. We travelled through this region spending two days hiking and camping through these spectacular formations.