what hong kong looks like in black + white


I first want to thank Alys for nominating me for the Black and White Tag (here is her post). I was honored to be considered for such an artsy tag! So, thank you Alys. Unlike most of my blog posts, this one will not have many words. I want this post to be left to interpretation. I will not caption every photo and tell you the meaning. Instead, I want to tell you how you feel when you look at them. (I will say, though, that if you want to find these cool spots, they are all in Hong Kong in Mong Kok. Or you can read about my experiences in Hong Kong here.) In art school–specifically at my school–we have critiques on every project, an open discussion opportunity to share with the artist how their work has impacted us, what we get from it, or sometimes, what we don’t understand about it. So, this is my first critique with you…


Who I Nominate:

Miss Curly Gal


Missing in Sight






I would also like to announce that I officially have an online Etsy store, where you can purchase all of these prints and more! If you are interested, you can click the link below. Even just clicking the link and letting me know that you visited my store would mean everything to me because I truly love photography, and being able to share it with others, is something I’ve been wanting to do for years!


Hope you all had a fun winter break and are enjoying your new classes! Today, my college closed for rain and wind, because they thought it was going to snow. LOL

stay as you are,

-hello ninetyseven







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