Handcarry Only is featured on TakeMeToTravel.com I’m delighted that my writeup and photos of Marrakech, Morocco has just been featured on TakeMeToTravel.com, an ezine focused on travel offerings and experiences. Check out the Spotlight article here to read about the fabled ‘Ochre City’. Share the article with friends! Also, view the photos and read about my experiences from the rest of my Moroccan adventure here .
Everything for sale in Aberdeen | Hong Kong 2011 As far as street shooting goes, Hong Kong presents itself as an excellent candidate. With over 7 million people crammed into a tiny space, it is one of the most densely populated cities on Earth, and at all times of the day and night, there are people out and about, and due to the lack of space, much of private life is also somewhat ‘public’, lives are lived out in the streets. There are photo opportunities around every corner and real life dramas playing out all around. View the rest of the photos from my Hong Kong series.
Unknown door Lit by neon Welcome sign Yellow boots Chatting on the mobile Shop owner Fuji X-Pro 1, the new tool in my camerabag View the rest of my ongoing X-Pro1 experiences and photos or the rest of the photos on Handcarry Only I’ve just bought the Fuji X-Pro1 with the XF18mm and XF35mm lenses. Needless to say, I’m terribly excited about it and will be posting more opinions and experiences (as well as photos of course) in the days to come. Meanwhile, here are a few I took on the night of the purchase, wandering around Little India in Singapore. I will be posting more experiences, thoughts and photos from the Fuji X-Pro1 very soon, please bookmark, follow or subscribe to Handcarry Only to join me on my journey. View the rest of my ongoing X-Pro1 experiences and photos or the rest of the photos on Handcarry Only
Passing Hollywood Road | Hong Kong 2009 Connecting Des Voeux Road with Conduit Road in the Mid-levels, the Mid-levels escalator is a metaphor for the rise in social status, with property prices climbing with the escalator in the expat enclave. View the rest of the photos from my Hong Kong series.