Like I said in the transition between 2015 and 2016 in Shanghai, the past is now another country. And 2017 is in that past.
….I was more eloquent in the past.
Hanoi continues to offer great things to photograph. I continue to be SHIT at street photography, which makes it difficult in a metropolis such as this. I continue to sacrifice my last two remaining brain cells on the pyre of SERIOUSLY-COULD-YOU-JUST-FUCKING-SPELL-CAT-PLEASE in class daily, draining me of life-essence and leaving me unable to be creative much of the time.
I started making a shawl. It’s kinda chilly now. 12C, the standard summer temperature in Iceland last summer.
Here are the shots.
FYI, I did go stand on a live railroad track on Sunday afternoon. As you can see from the photos, that’s what all serious photographers in Hanoi (apparently) do. It must not be but so dangerous. I mean, the bridge is only 120 years old!