Hanging out in Hong Kong

Hanging out in Hong Kong

After lunch at Lin Heung Tea House we all went for a walk around Lan Kwai Fong and Central.   I love Hong Kong as it is so full of color and life.

This is one of my favorite shots of the trip so far…

Me and my red bucket

Meet Ann…

Ann Yau

This kid could totally take this mammoth…

Boy and Mammoth

Good advice…

Look Left

Canon Street

…with a toilet.

Hong Kong room for rent

Devil

Fish

I took a photo of this very friendly butcher…

Hong Kong Butcher

Then he became very animated!

Hong Kong Butcher

It is a little hard to look scary when you have a teddy bear t-shirt…

Hong Kong Butcher

Hong Kong

One of the reasons I wanted to come to Hong Kong was to get a few new shirts and refresh my work shirts…  One of my well dressed friends highly recommended A-Man Hing Cheong Tailors at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel (5 Connaught Road, Central, Hong Kong, +852 2522 3336).   I love the look and feel of a nicely tailored suit.

A-Man Hing Cheong Tailor in Hong Kong

It is a very interesting process.  I show up on day 1 and picked out my fabric, materials for the inside of the jacket and sleeves of the jacket plus all of the options you want for pockets, buttons, cuffs and other details.    The first fitting is the end of the day.   There is a second fitting at the end of day 2 and a final fitting  at the end of day 4.    I am really looking forward to seeing the final suit.   I imagine it will be very nice based on the initial fitting.  I will probably order a few more and a sport coat while I am here as well as a bunch of shirts.

A-Man Hing Cheong Tailor in Hong Kong

A-Man Hing Cheong Tailor in Hong Kong

Raining in Hong Kong

We headed to my favorite restaurant DiVino (73 Wyndham Street Central, Hong Kong, Phone: +852 2167 8883).  I absolutely love this place.

DiVino in Hong Kong

DiVino in Hong Kong

DiVino in Hong Kong

Meet Tony…  I haven’t seen Tony for a while so it was nice to meet up for dinner.

Tony Falso

The one thing I love about my Leica is it is always a conversation piece and people ultimately want to try it…

DiVino in Hong Kong

It usually takes a few shots to get it right…

DiVino in Hong Kong

DiVino in Hong Kong

Thanks for stopping by today…

 

4 Comments

  1. Nice picture,very amazing…Hong Kong is life with full diffirence color..I like life style in Hong Kong.

  2. I’m loving your Hong Kong pictures. Looks like red is the color. Keep up the good work.

  3. Found you on google plus, and love your shots of Hong Kong and the people. I think the trip was a success as well as your work.

  4. As always, wonderful pictures! Love shots like this.

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