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"永遠不出來 (buried forever)"

Posted by
hugo poon (hong kong, Hong Kong) on 6 September 2013 in Documentary & Street and Portfolio.

Daydreaming on a mini-bus, wakened and captured by a beautiful face...

Old Baily Street, Central, Hong Kong

FUJIFILM X-E1 1/120 second F/3.8 ISO 640 123 mm (35mm equiv.)

I do not regard myself as a photographer. I'm an ordinary man but extraordinarily obsessed with capturing all the memorable scenes that I encounter in my everyday life. It's like an excited traveller craving to record his memorable journey in a memorable way, but in my case, it's the journey of my life ... If I can record my encounters in such a way that they leave an image on the mind of myself and other viewers, it's a tremendous joy and some accomplishment...
In terms of photography, I'm trying to preserve the moments as my eyes see "something" and my heart feels it too. As such, I seldom feel interested in planned, arranged or manipulated photographs...

Paco Díaz from Palma de Mallorca, Spain

It's mysterious to me, but it seems a serious graffiti, like a memorial?

6 Sep 2013 6:08am

Gérard Beullac from Paris, France

I love the image with the blurry side of the bus window in the below.
By using a hackneyed cliché, I would say: very cinematographic !
:)

6 Sep 2013 6:13am

Curly from South Shields, United Kingdom

When the viewer is left asking all sorts of questions about the image, then you know that the artist (and the photographer) have done a good job. You probably experienced this as you looked out of the window, and through your recording of this intimate (yet public) scene, you have managed to transmit the same questioning attitude to your viewers too.
I probably had the same thoughts as Francisco, but you never know, there may be something more cryptic at work here.

6 Sep 2013 7:32am

Ronnie 2¢ from Atlantic Shores, United Kingdom

Amazingly powerful shot from this passing moment . . somehow, the thoughts linger on way after the moment is long gone.

6 Sep 2013 10:24am

Kate from EXETER, United Kingdom

She is speaking to you Hugo.

6 Sep 2013 5:09pm

jean pierre from paris, France

belle prise de vue "a travers la vitre" qui donne une atmosphère particulière!! amitiés

6 Sep 2013 6:25pm

john4jack from Corvallis, Oregon, United States

well done

6 Sep 2013 8:51pm

Steve Rice from Olympia, United States

A superb photo, Hugo. She is mysterious and beautiful.

6 Sep 2013 9:25pm

Coul&Tradi from Nord, France

Very nice graphics

6 Sep 2013 9:32pm

Elaine Hancock from Rockville, United States

It is almost dreamlike! Like something that you are not quite sure is there. Fantastic image!

6 Sep 2013 9:44pm

Abena from Illinois, United States

Thought provoking Hugo! I like I like!

7 Sep 2013 4:29am

6ft5 from stockholm, Sweden

Nice, is there a lot of street art in Hong Kong? I don´t remember seeing that much but it was a long time since I was there.

7 Sep 2013 5:21am

Longroute from Cagliari, Italy

I don't know who she is and why she's there but I like the graphism. (:-)

7 Sep 2013 7:32am

L'angevine from Angers, France

mon regard se pose partout où je me demande si c'est une guerrière....

7 Sep 2013 8:51am

Francisco Romero from Carbajal de la Legua, Spain

The veil that encompasses the image creates a wonderful atmosphere that makes the phrase be more in context. It seems as taken while passing by. Fantastic work.

7 Sep 2013 8:57am

David from Avranches, France

Great artwork. Great find Hugo.

7 Sep 2013 9:04am

k@ from Paris, France

She's gorgeous and the haze-like feel adds to the romantism of the scene in your eye from far & close, it seems, the stickers, the wall, nothing succeeds to emprison her, or is it that you free her with a wink/click !

8 Sep 2013 5:13am

Evelyne Dubos from Le Mans, France

Interesting find, like the way you show it.

8 Sep 2013 10:33am

FUJIFILM X-E1
1/120 second
F/3.8
ISO 640
123 mm (35mm equiv.)

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55-200mm
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