A lucky ducky find at the brocante market in France became the new place for my glasses 👓
It’s been a hell of a summer.
Despite spending a significant amount of time in other Asia cities initiating advertisement campaigns, Home Kong is still by far my favorite place to shoot and live. It is frequently described as a place where “East meets West” and one of the more noticeable contradictions is Hong Kong’s embracing a modernized way of life with some good bits from Chinese traditions. Unfortunately, it’s uniqueness seems to be fading away.
It’s inevitable to talk about political events nowadays, and I am more than grateful the most part of my family and friends share similar viewpoints and more importantly empathy for the youngsters. I get to see the true color of important people in my life (literally) and they never disappoint me.
I used to think that my 21 is full of regret and parting. I now realized with my circle decreases in size, it increases in value.
Thanks for all the blessing, here’s to my 22.
And this is for Hong Kong. 🇭🇰
Tracker 23, a Bounty Bot from the Pathfinder Corporation. His informants refer to him as Trax. These special units were designed to be efficient bounty hunters, and while some of the units brought back their bounties, most proved to be defective models. Over time a virus in their hard drives caused most of the tracker bots to malfunction and shut down. Others were ambushed and sold for scrap parts. All except for Trax. While the 22 other bots in his unit slowly deteriorated and disappeared, he thrived, turning in more bounties than the lot combined.
If you take a look at the hologram, you may recognize his next Bounty from one of my past posts 😁
Swipe to see speed drawing 👉 and let me know how you like the story behind this guy!
Case Number 9927: X-Virus
Bio: Ex military scientist specialized in toxins and biological warfare. She was discharged after multiple charges of [redacted] utilizing a known toxin, [redacted], of her creation. To the world and everyone nearest to her, X-Virus is a mystery and her identity remains hidden. See Case Number 9927-1 for toxin details.