no idea, sorry! it wasn’t my costume. pottinger street should have lots of costumes, though. especially at this time of year.
rubbed out on Flickr.
The tomb of journalist Victor Noir in division 92 of the Père-Lachaise cemetary. Noir was shot at the age of 22 in 1870 by Prince Napoleon for daring to criticize him. He is portrayed at the moment of death, flat on his back, fully clothed and his hat has fallen to his feet. Many people rub his crotch hoping for a cure for their infertility.
backseat driver on Flickr.
Creepy motorcycle mascot, Kowloon City, Hong Kong
treatment on Flickr.
Worker on the street of Happy Valley, Hong Kong showing the signs of Gua Sha treatment on his back.
Gua sha (Chinese: 刮痧; pinyin: guā shā), literally “to scrape away fever” in Chinese (more loosely, “to scrape away disease by allowing the disease to escape as sandy-looking objects through the skin”), is a form of folk medicine. Sometimes referred to as “spooning” or “coining” by English speakers, it has also been given the descriptive French name, “tribo-effleurage”.
balance on Flickr.
I ran into this guy in Victoria Park, Casueway Bay, Hong kong, doing tricks with a soccer ball.
streetmath on Flickr.
Phi/golden ratio graffiti and a Vespa. Paris, France.
dark art on Flickr.
Violent street stencil, Paris, France.
beast feathered friends on Flickr.
Just a guy reading his newspaper with his pet pigeon. Paris, France.
path on Flickr.