Absolutely stoked to having heard the news of Ann Lopez winning the Miss Photogenic Award at Miss Earth Singapore 2016. Here are some of my favourite shots with her.
My friend Folkert, an IT geek of the greatest kind recently moved to the remote village of Pak Kok. Some of the most magnificent views on Hong Kong can be seen from here with direct angles on to Pok Fu Lam over the Lamma Channel. According to Wikipedia:
The East Lamma Canal is one of the areas in the world with the heaviest traffic with more than 150 deep water vessels of all kinds passing there every day. The eastern entrance to the channel is also the pilot point for ships going to the Kwai Chung container terminals and for ships passing the Ma Wan water way up to the eastern Pearl River Delta ports in Shenzhen and Guangzhou. The East Lamma Channel is the deepest water entrance to the Hong Kong.
Since Hong Kong is the, or one of the, busiest container ports in the world there's plenty of eye candy driving past. I stayed over at Folkert's place that morning and so I took the opportunity to shoot the following panorama from his balcony!
Tiong Bahru is one of the oldest housing estates in Singapore. The construction style of the estate is a mix of Streamline Moderne and local Straits Settlements shop-house architecture. The flats feature rounded balconies, flat rooftops, spiral staircases, light wells and underground storage and shelters.Read More
Remember a time when grocery stores were named after it's owner? When potato chips and sweets were home-made and no Pringles, Mars, or Tic Tac's can be found on shelves. I don't. In Myanmar the only Brands you can find are Coca Cola, Toyota and other mainly Japanese car makers and Samsung for the Phones. That's about it.Read More
Shophouse Art was inspired by the idea of exhibiting an exposé that explores the propaganda via architecture and infrastructure of North Korea. To subtly illustrate the political nature of the propaganda images were printed on metal, providing extra depth and reflections to the images.Read More
Hong Kong, April 22, 2013 As the current North Korea crisis unfolds, I am reminded of a feeling I got when I visited the DPRK during the “100th birthday” celebration of Kim Il Sung. It is a feeling of being stuck in an ever-climatic plot, with no beginning or resolution. Yet in times when the ever-watchful State does look away, one can see glimpses of hope and change. The best way to explain what I mean is via two storiesRead More