WE ARE IN HONG KONG! We kept saying as we walked down the streets through the throngs of people, amid towering skyscrapers.
It is hard to believe that three years ago, almost on a whim, I started this blogging venture. It has been more rewarding, more fun and way more time consuming than I ever thought it would be, which is a good thing because it has kept me out of trouble.
Last Monday, I wrote that I have run out of words describing the awesomeness of Alaska. Maybe I was hyperbolizing a bit. This place really isn’t that great. (Warning: this post has unhealthy levels of sarcasm)
First off, I would like to apologize for making a Top 10 List post.
With my limited vocabulary, I am having a very difficult time writing about my adventures in Alaska.
Street photography is one of the most challenging and rewarding photographic endeavors.
Before visiting Hong Kong, I got a message from fellow blogger James Louie – A native of HK and one of five followers of my blog. He’d seen that we planned to visit his hometown and offered to show us around.
When I arrived in Hong Kong, I felt as though I were on a movie set. The whole city feels like a director – with a fetish for neon – has lit up the city for the next Jackie Chan vs. the Triad movie. Photogenic people hustle through the streets at all times of day …