Thanks to the workings of fate, my holiday trip to Hong Kong coincided with the huge democracy protests that have erupted. I've spent the last two days photographing the protesters in Mong Kong and on Hong Kong island (near Admirality). Almost 20 rolls of film shot, all of it black and white because that's what I can process at home. My color film has to be done in a lab and since I live in China, sending film like that in is NOT going to happen. I also normally send my black and white negatives in for scanning, since I do not have nor know how to operate a film scanner. Again, THAT isn't going to happen in China since these photographs are of a VERY sensitive topic.
So sadly, it will be a looooong time before I can properly view my images.
On the plus side, my duo of Fuji GF670 and GF670W are EXCELLENT reportage cameras.