Hitting the streets of Mongkok first night of Chinese New Year, we were looking forward to catch some Hong Kong local brews. Unfortunately a riot broke out shortly after that and here are some happier photos that night.
In light to the tragic events happened last night, it really brings me back to Paris and reminisce the peaceful time I had there a year ago. Late at night, we went to an unmarked beer store on Rue André Gill in the 18th arrondissement. It’s a crowded beer store without any seating. Everyone just grabbed a beer and sat on the streets. There were locals, hanging around discussing current events. A handful of tourists were also there, discussing about their travels.
This is the Paris that I remembered.
Pray for Paris.
I was over at the Roundhouse for beers and took some photos inside. Shown here are three consecutive frames taken with my Zeiss Ikonta 532/16 on Fuji Acros 100. First two frames were taken with f16 @ 4 seconds. The last shot with f5.6 @ 1 second. Film developed in Kodak D76, 10 minutes @ 23C, 30 seconds initial agitation and two flips every minute, scanned with Epson Perfection V700.