We went to Hong Kong, and as is par for the course for all my holidays, I’m still in the midst of that futile flail I always do while elbow deep in photos which will ultimately be half-processed and never published.
But a friend seemed particularly tantalized by this tweet:
Am using the nipple of an Abercrombie & Fitch model to judge how much noise reduction/sharpening to use.
— Michelle Syntaxfree (@syntaxfreeblog) September 4, 2012
So I thought I might as well throw her a bone in the meantime.
To explain, Abercrombie & Fitch just opened a Hong Kong flagship store in the historic Pedder Building for the jawdropping amount of HK$7 million (US$902,000) monthly rent. While it doesn’t make much sense to me to promote a clothing brand through the extensive use of men who are barely wearing any, you could say it enhanced my sightseeing.