Downtown Austin, Texas, love how it came out. Shot on Ilford XP2 Super, with Leica M6 and a Voigtlander Nokton Classic 35mm f.14
Rain caught everyone off-guard in Bangkok's Chinatown.
Everyone has one of the New York subway, right?
Streets of Macau, behind some casino.
A very busy bus stop in downtown Hong Kong.
Pouring rain Chinatown in Bangkok.
This is right outside my building in Mexico City, downtown on the Roma side. This mural was there for some years, I photographed it with a number of cameras and formats, including 127 on a toy camera. It is now a sad yellowish wall. This is shot on Kodak 400 TX with my Fed-2 + 50mm Jupiter f2.8
Just minutes before a surprise rain came down on us in Bangkok's Chinatown.
Kids by the river selling lanterns in Hoi An so people can light a candle and send it off in the Thu Bon river; this was during the Midautumn Festival.
Somewhere in Lan Kwai Fong -nightlife area- Hong Kong, you'll see these doors and at the very end you'll find a small Mexican food restaurant. Its hidden a bit from tourists according to locals. Food is so so, as a friend of mine tells me, but it's good enough to comfort you when you really crave a taste from home.
I have no idea where in Hong Kong this alley is. I'm guessing near Lan Kwai Fong.
People having a good old time eating out at night in the warm weather of Hoi An during the Mid Autumn Festival. I think only the guy on the far left was having a bit of trouble keeping balance.
Like a good Mexican I went looking for some tacos in Austin. Found Paco Taco which turned out to have pretty good breakfast tacos. I said tacos many times. Shot on Ilford HP5 with Leica M6 + Voigtlander Nokton Classic 35mm f1.4