I wish I had more photos, but Rachel and I had just gotten back from Hong Kong and I was still pretty jet lagged. As always, you can see all of them and download hi-res versions at: https://www.flickr.com/photos/afdn/sets/72157651353626664
Wrapping up this three part series (see part 1 and part 2), we also had the chance to spend a couple days in Macau, which is the other Special Administrative Region of the People’s Republic of China. The best part was probably riding on a Boeing 929. Never heard of it? It’s a passenger-carrying waterjet-propelled hydrofoil designed and built by …
We were in Hong Kong to attend the wedding for Rachel’s brother, Mark. I’m not sure going to a single wedding in Hong Kong allows me to extrapolate fully, but from what I gleaned most weddings are very similar to this: suits tailored the week before, shoes for the bridesmaids custom made in two days, and a full day of …
It took some time, but I finally got around to editing and posting pictures from our trip to Hong Kong last year; we’ll just call it Throwback Thursday, part 1 of 3 (see part 2 and part 3). Enjoy! There’s also some videos clips over on Flickr if you’re into that kind of thing.
It’s always good to get back to Colorado. I need to find a way to get here more often. Rachel and I are here through Sunday — college roommate reunion time!
Vanessa and Mark Rite of Marriage Press corp…no less than five professional photographer/videographers. Both Nikon and Canon. Blessing Signing of the Marriage Certificate
Victoria Harbour, Hong Kong Bar on 15, New World Millennium Hong Kong Hotel
Starbucks is my universal comfort food when I travel internationally. It’s still over priced, but they usually have a picture of the Pike Place Market and it suddenly feels like I’m back home. They also make pigs-in-blanket look exquisite.