Hong Kong, December 21st, 22nd & 23rd, 2010

































































































25 comments:

  1. LOVE HK!!!

    Your photos are totally amazing!

    I'm going back to HK for holiday in 2 days time. Wish you would still be in HK this month! so I could get my FH book signed :(

    xx

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  2. Thanks Yvan for the couple shot.I'm Ronnie.

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  3. Beautiful pics :))))

    LOVE
    minnja

    http://minnja.blogspot.com/

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  4. FABULOUS PICTURES...U R GREAT..THE BEST EVER...:)))
    KISSESS
    HAVE AN AWSOME 2011
    GABRIELA

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  5. Nice pictures, thank you for the shot of the gold soldiers, HK looks much more interesting here. Hope you enjoyed your trip.
    KEIKO X
    www.lovedecoo.com

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  6. Yvan, what I love about your photography is your ability to capture the little things that everyone overlooks in daily life and brings out the art in all shapes and forms.

    I miss hk - the architecture, funny signs, the people & fashion...
    Round of applause!

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  7. That second pic sums up Hong Kong as I remember it!

    http://davidikus.blogspot.com/

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  8. Beautiful photos! I loved going up to the Peak when I was there, such a spectacular view - although the constant fog/fumes can get a bit much xo.

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  9. Damn I wish I could have seen you when I was in Hong Kong as well!

    ikeikestyle.blogspot.com

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  10. HK is very loud and crowded and too much, right?

    Thought i could see something more different than what i see everyday...

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  11. I love love love HK. am missing it like crazy while looking at your lovely pics.

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  12. you did go to sham shui po! amazing pics, love the way you see hk.
    i like the building painted in Mondrian style,,, i even dont know where it is.. you are stunning!

    tryandseek.blogspot.com

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  13. You always succeed in achieving what I someday hope to achieve through photography; your ability to open up a city not only through images of its skyscrapers and colossal monuments but by so skillfully revealing its subtle quirks and the people without whom the word "city" would not be fitting, is inspiring.

    Thanks for sharing these.

    http://leavingrealsoon.tumblr.com/

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  14. nice photos :) and nice blog :)
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  15. amazed with the Krupuk Udang box which is actually from Indonesia. Haha!

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  16. Hi,
    I greet from Poland,the best pictures :)

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  17. I love all your pics! and you are so handsome. gives me a lot of vertigo watching you jumping that close of the void.

    See you!
    Come to meet San!!

    THELOVELYSANDOTBLOGSPOTDOTCOM

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  18. keen eyes for a completely different aspect of hong kong!

    http://burbailey.blogspot.com/

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  19. Wow you were surely exploring Hong Kong a lot in just 3 days, not like me. Anyway it's interesting you captured the "Krupuk Udang & Ikan - Putra Mas" so I think you look it as a catchy stuff. Greetings from Indonesia!

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  20. I was in Hong Kong for this past winter holiday, these were definitely a wonderful refresher

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