photojojo:

Photo idea: Shoot your nighttime long exposures in black and white.

Here are a couple gorgeous ones of Seoul and Hong Kong by Martin Stavars.

Black and White Nightscapes by Martin Stavars

ruineshumaines:

I ♥ HK (by TGKW)

ruineshumaines:

I ♥ HK (by TGKW)

Advice
By and large, it seemed to me, British businessmen in Hong Kong pursued their various careers in a pleasant state of half-speed ahead, eating well, enjoying their friends, gossiping in the club bar, taking the junk out on Sundays — “Whatever you do,” they used to tell me, “don’t go out with Bill (or Simon, or Ted), you’ll be drunk before you get out of the harbour.”

Advice

By and large, it seemed to me, British businessmen in Hong Kong pursued their various careers in a pleasant state of half-speed ahead, eating well, enjoying their friends, gossiping in the club bar, taking the junk out on Sundays — “Whatever you do,” they used to tell me, “don’t go out with Bill (or Simon, or Ted), you’ll be drunk before you get out of the harbour.”

Himalayas
peterjmarshall:

(by Sunrider007)

Himalayas

peterjmarshall:

(by Sunrider007)

In a trance?
When I was alone in the Himalayas one day I saw a man. I saw him first at an extreme distance, across an absolutely blank snowfield at about 19,000 feet….He was a holy man, wandering in the mountains, I suppose, for wandering’s sake….I greeted him as best I could, but he did not answer, only smiling at me distantly and without surprise. Perhaps he was in a trance.

In a trance?

When I was alone in the Himalayas one day I saw a man. I saw him first at an extreme distance, across an absolutely blank snowfield at about 19,000 feet….He was a holy man, wandering in the mountains, I suppose, for wandering’s sake….I greeted him as best I could, but he did not answer, only smiling at me distantly and without surprise. Perhaps he was in a trance.