Maybe I need to come up with a better name for this series. Regardless, I’m enjoying doing it, hope you’re enjoying these photos.
This one was pure luck. As I was framing and focusing, the guy hit this pose almost perfectly mimicking the poster behind him.
Little Sheep is a chain of restaurants specializing in Northern Chinese style hot pot. Actually their Chinese name translates as Little Fat Sheep. No idea why they took out the “Fat” for the English name.
Sadly this sort of stall is the closest thing left to street food in Hong Kong.
I should go back here at night to get a shot of this all lit up.
Some of the “old” Portland Street still remains – a branch of Villa Victoria right next to a “massage place.”
I find it mildly amusing that a place called Tokyo Town would have a sauna named after a section of Shanghai.
“Most Cheap Money Only”
They managed to misspell the name of the place on the neon sign.
Because who in their right mind would want tame Gedish water?
He seems to be saying, “Hey ladies! Come and get some!”
If you need shoes with a health fanctian, now you know where to go.
Think this place might be for rent?
A mass of tablet computers at the Mong Kok Computer Centre.
One thing that’s very clear to me is that areas like Mong Kok are great for photography. Duh! Most of the above photos were taken in a one-block-square area, which means there’s a lot more streets to explore.