In everyday view.
A view of a man awaiting to be greeted by someone of Jaico Hair Salon. Viewed while taking a stroll back to my summer dorm. Something to see everywhere you go!
Guys having a little break from work to talk that I saw on my walk back home. 7/2/17.
Six photos I captured at the tip of Roosevelt Island that I edited into a panorama. There's still work to be done on this photo, you can see some bad areas where it was stitched and edited in the top left hand corner in the sky.
I liked the colors, what can I say?
Washington Square Park, 7/2/17
This was a collection of photos taken from behind the scenic cityscape of Hong Kong that were then stitched together in Photoshop to create the panoramic photo you now see.
One of the many open rooms at Jade Buddha Temple in Shanghai. If you ever visit I would recommend the tea room located on the upper levels.
Every street in Shanghai seems to have all of these interesting little alleys, usually crawling with life, of all sorts and ages.
It wasn't actually a race, but it looked that way. Mini Cooper vs. Biker! Who would win in the busy streets of Hong Kong?
A bike outside someone's small abode on one of the many small back alley streets in shanghai.
Looking down the many flights of stairs in a building that used to be the housing for Hong Kong Poliece and their families. Now it was a museum, that was showing off 1000 sculptures of pandas. One for every Panda left in the world, in order to bring attention to the fact that they too could become extinct with time, if nothing is done.
These small little yellow buses were everywhere in Hong Kong. Luckily I had a friend with me to help guide, otherwise who knows.
From the first day my friend and I were in Hong Kong. This was the view behind what looked out onto Hong Kong's cityscape
A view on the way up to the top, to the location of the previous photo.
A small, old lady was just walking around, probably a daily routine to get groceries in the bustling city of Hong Kong
A long way to and from the boat.
When simply walking across the street in Shanghai just won't walk, there are underground walkways you may take. I loved this little place, and its florescent lighting, which I tinged a bit blue, for some warmth in post editing.
A view of one of the more touristy portions of Shanghai. This photo was taken from the iconic Oriental Peal Tower of Shanghai. This photo is actually about 5 different photos stitched together to make this one composition. I have to admit, I didn't quite like having to hold my camera outside a few 100 stories up.