A photo essay of Mongkok, Hong Kong’s seriously intense district, where the food, the markets, the socializing, and the dancing happen on the streets.
Though known for gambling, and a bit for food, Macau is a former colony that has atmosphere, and its charms are evident in its back alleys. A photo essay.
Few institutions are as iconic, and perhaps overly romanticized, as Paris cafés. This B&W photo essay explores their atmosphere and their variety.
Photo essay of Piran, Slovenia and Rovinj, Croatia. Venice isn’t the only city the Venetians built. Along the coast of the Adriatic Sea, Venice spread its influence for 500 years, leaving many towns in the area marked with the lion of St. Mark. These towns often look like a mini-Venice, with narrow alleys, red roofs, and bell towers. They’re on the sea and they are part of the sea, inseparable.
These photos are all taken during one particular evening in Bangkers. I started in the backpackers’ district called Khao Sanh Road, where I always used to stay, and ended up late night in Sukhimvit Road, where I stay nowadays. I started just before sunset and finished perhaps 3:00 a.m., and could have gone much later.