Hong Kong Black and White Street Photography

Photographer Kwan Kam Cheong is behind a unordinary street photography style. In his series entitled Homebound, with which he won the first price of the Hong Kong Photo Book Awards, he documents in black and white and with a dark point of view, the life in the streets of the poor district of Kowloon. A look that won’t let anybody indifferent because the pictures offer a photography that is rare to admire.

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Originally posted on: Fubiz Media ยป Photography

Christian Rivera

Long ago in a land covered in Dragonball Z websites there was a pile of rubble amidst a destroyed cityscape. The pile shook and the ashes rose from the ground slowly then suddenly beams of light arose from the mound of rock and debris. Christian Rivera then bursted out of this cement cage with fire of a thousand suns, yelling for no apparent reason but somehow it made him stronger. He kept yelling, incessantly, actually, until someone said "Hey, hey, calm down!" and so he did. When the dust settled he began his career as a writer, designer and producer with a mostly okay power level.

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