One of my fave things about HK. The driver from the 'Hong Kong' tram in the first photo smiled and waved a greeting to me as he drove past. I heard there are plans to replace them with modern-looking metallic ones. If there's any HK officials reading this, I want to say, "please please please don't."
This shop was incredibly hard to find. I don't think I'll recommend it unless you're a hardcore lomo fan. For normal lomo supplies, you can check out Log-On in City Super. I got all my lomo films there during my stay.
As I'm getting to the end of my photos from the last trip, I'm finding myself missing the place very much.
Ohh how I love HK! I flew out there just for the weekend recently, and it was worth every minute. That lomo store WAS hard to find, and I was sad that the gallery next door was closed when I stopped by. Gosh, I hope they never replace those amazing trams...ReplyDelete
i suddenly miss HK, too! having the old trams there add so much charm to the buzzling and very modern city. oh dear, i hope they don't replace the trams, too.ReplyDelete
how I'd love to visit it! lucky girl!ReplyDelete
Your pictures make me want to go there! I so agree, don't replace with metallic ones. Some places should remain.ReplyDelete
oh i really hope the double decker street cars are going to stay so I can ride one when I visit!!ReplyDelete
these look amazing. what a fun lomo store!ReplyDelete
I suddenly miss HK too because of your recent pictures. Love the tram shotReplyDelete
our neighbor's daughter has just returned from a student trip to HK, and found it so fabulous she said she wants to work there (she's into french wine business & communication).ReplyDelete
looking at your photos (love them as always) yes it must be quite something !
love the vertigo shot.ReplyDelete
i am starting to miss u. it's been a while :)
great pictures, looks like a really interesting place!ReplyDelete