My little home in HK for the month. I don't get to see it much but I like it.

Brunch and a long chat with my dear B at the Brunch Club in Soho. This one came from the South of Hollywood Road. Why are there so many 'Soho's around the world?

The good, bad and ugly about the Monocle shop which I was so looking forward to.
Good = the shop looked great.
Bad = the guy there was really unfriendly.
Ugly = back copies (which I really wanted to get) cost twice the price of the current issue   (!!!)

I hope their other shops in London and Tokyo are better.



Sorry for the silence. I'm here and all has been busy busy. Just some snaps around with my natura classica, I've another 2 more rolls to go and excited. Will upload more soon =)

P.S>> Thanks for all your well wishes in the last post! Hope everyone is enjoying your Easter hols.



A good friend, B who has cameoed in many of my photos before. The cute monkeys go wherever she goes, which means that these two have probably 'travelled' to more places than I've ever been to see.

Talking about travelling, I'll be off to Hong Kong for a month or so for work next week, so posting might get a bit slow here. It's a new job with what I would expect to be a near-vertical learning curve, but after the long break I'm looking forward to some good old-fashioned hard work again (I hope I'll still be saying this after the training *lol*)

I should be free on weekends to do some snapping here and there. It's not my first time to HK so I'll be happy to give all the major sights a miss. Bookmarked a small bunch of interesting places that I hope to check out with my minolta. Will definitely be dropping by here and here.

Update again hopefully soon! Have a great time this weekend =)

P.S>> I can't stop listening to this.



Good weather, and a sleepy cat.



I had a spare hour recently between appointments, so I dropped by the Old School with my Minolta and a roll of Agfa. This was a former girls' school turned offices for lots of arty companies and a few good restaurants. I love how they left all the original school fixtures, pre-war colonial architecture and much of the 80's looking facade, it's a photographer's dream.



I haven't been so in love with a shop here for a long time.  

Supermama at Seah Street has brought in wonderful everyday items from around the world. Because of this shop, the beautiful works of Oji Masanori are finally in Singapore!