MY FIRST SET OF B&W FILM

Sometimes I worry that I’m not hipster enough.

So, way back in January 2016, I picked up some black and white film from a stall at the AIA Carnival.

I started using it in September that year (left it in HK from mid September to mid January, while I was travelling in Australia and NZ) and took a few throughout the year up till now.

I got them developed recently and wanted to share them with you.

The first photo.

This was taken on the balcony of our flat in Prince Edward.

Concrete jungle.

Fa Yuen Street Market.

Roadside butchers.

Trying to get back to the sea.

Contrasts.

Bamboo scaffolding.

This is where I used to wait for the 60X bus to Tuen Mun from Prince Edward.

Hey MK, got enough signs?

Taking Sally to see the Big Buddha.

Nan Lian Gardens and Chi Lin Nunnery.

Cheeky coconut on Lamma Island.

Beach babes.

Not going to work due the typhoon is great.

I’ve managed to whack out 2 blog posts today!

xxx

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