*Bonzes don’t jaywalk*
To be fair, few people jaywalk in Hong Kong anyway, but when I saw this Buddhist monk quietly waiting in front of the crossing, I had this funny notion about respecting the rules (or not).
Minox 35ML, Ilford FP4+
Hong Kong isn’t a very cyclist friendly city (and that’s probably a euphemism) in between the high slopes and the dense traffic. So you don’t see a lot of bikers. But there is still a Chinese reliance on cycles for deliveries and personal transportation. When the traffic is dense though, they use the tram lanes, the only place they’re guaranteed not to find cars and buses. The tram drivers don’t seem to mind.
Fuji X-Pro2, 45mm, f/4, 1/13s (IS), ISO 6400
I love wandering the streets of Hong Kong at night. I haven’t been out in the rain yet, and I bet it could produce really cool shots too, but my outings so far were dry. This is the Olympic Stairs, not too far from where I live in Causeway Bay. Self-explanatory, really.