I don't think this needs much description really. The man in the background is saying something not so subtle. Great photo.
9. Most expressive
This is our hotel room in Mirador Mansion. It's meant to show the size of the room but somehow I caught a great shot of Minxi's face. Man she's a hottie!
8. Best Nature Shot
This is looking out over the break water in Tai O. The day was misty and there were lots of barely visible islands in the distance.
7. Best Food Porn
Pork with lettuce and noodle. In the background, jellied rice in sesame sauce. Oh yes. Love that life!
6. Best, "Why did you take a picture of that?"
The fire hydrants in Hong Kong look like Kenny from South Park. That's funny. Explaining why I was taking pictures of fire hydrants; even funnier!
5. Most Moving Location:
This is the temple in Macau that the islands are named after. It winds all the way up the hill on the left. Minxi and I prayed here for blessings on our marriage. Very moving.
4. The money shot.
I traveled 7700 miles to ask this man if I could marry his daughter. He said yes.
3. Scariest Discovery
In Hong Kong and Southern China they use bamboo for scaffolding. This a seventeen story tall building entirely scaffold-ed in bamboo. I imagine the sign says something like, "climb here and DIE!"
2. The "I'm a terrible photographer photos: The Italian Chick
On Macau, we rode around town on this two story tour bus. I'd spot something I wanted to take a picture of, but every time it came by, I managed to get the Italian chick sitting next to us. Does anybody know this woman? 'cause I've got lots of photos of her.
1. The "No Wait. I'm a Great Photographer" photo.
Minxi and I found this in the photos we took of Victoria Harbor. Her face isn't just right but look at that skyline! I even caught the low hanging clouds. Woof! How did I do that? See the little lens effect upper left? I like to imagine that's Minxi's mom looking out for us. Awww.