I love Asia. It just feels so…foreign. I’ve been lucky enough to visit Asia quite a few times this year and even more last year, so I’ve managed to compile some (my opinion) really good pictures, so let’s take a look!
The iconic Lugard Road view of Hong Kong at sunrise is still probably my favorite picture of all time, even though it was taken almost two years ago when I still didn’t really know what I was doing with my camera.
If you want a quick tutorial on how to get to this spot, check out this video.
This February I went on a mileage run to Hong Kong and was kind of kicking myself for flying 30 hours to spend 12 hours on the ground, but then I managed to snag this picture of Hong Kong, which is definitely up there on my all-time favorites.
Singapore has a reputation for being a little sterile, with which I do not disagree, but the architecture is just fantastic!
Tokyo is an enormous city and the architecture is largely bland (at least to me) but if you get up high you can find some amazing views! This one is from my company’s old office in Minato-ku overlooking Shiba Park with the iconic Tokyo Tower off to the side.
During my trip to Beijing to test out the Bluffworks travel pants, I had a tripod with me at the Great Wall and tried to get some lifestyle shots of me wearing the pants. I ended up with this picture which I really loved. The Great Wall wasn’t very crowded that day and it was very peaceful up there. This picture reminds me of that.