hannah grogan

hong kong based photographer & writer.

Abandoned Things and Scheme Making

I spent Monday with a good friend of mine, Savannah Betts. She’s a musician and we’re making a video together for one of her songs. We met at Starbucks to plan certain things, then headed off to the film location, which is an old abandoned village up behind Sai Kung town, up in the mountains (more photos of the village can be seen in this post). We walked around, battled the serious amount of bugs and insects crawling through the place and managed to take some photos. It’s a lovely abandoned place. Many of the houses have possessions in them which have been left, while others are almost completely empty with nothing inside them but peeling wallpaper. The drive up there and back is quite nice too, and well worth the trip. You get some pretty nice views over Sai Kung on the way down.

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