Born in Texas. Refined in Ireland. Exploring the World.
China from my phone cam
Soldiers in Beijing 
Since 1999 I’ve made 30+ visits to China, and more than I can count to Hong Kong and Macau. All business related. With the exception of down time over some weekends and evenings, I’ve never had much time to devote to just wandering around and really spending some quality time taking pictures on my own. That is expected when one’s primary mission and focus is business.
Many of my photos in this part of the world have been shot on the go with my Nexus 5 or Nexus 6 mobile phone. Usually from a taxi or while walking to/from a meeting or meal, stopping for only a few seconds to compose and then snap the shutter if something caught my eye, then sprinting to catch up with colleagues.
These days mobile phone camera resolution is incredibly decent as long as you don’t zoom in, which immediately results in image degradation and pixelation, as most phone cameras only provide a digital zoom vs. a real optical zoom lens.
Sometimes I’m OK with the unintended effect of a digital zoom, as it can amplify the mood of a particular scene. Most of the time however, I shoot full-tilt wide with whatever phone I’ve got on me and crop/edit later.
I’ve got way too many photos of this region to share. For now here are some from my phone cam archives.
I publish to three blogs. One (PinkysEye.com) is related to my lifelong interest in photography, video, travel, and telling stories. The second (PinkyBrand.com) addresses my experiences and opinions in the domain name industry, where I’ve spent the better part of the last 27 years at the registry, registrar, and consulting levels. The third (iq.global/blog) shares knowledge and updates from iQ Global AS regarding SaaS and consultancy services that are primarily designed and operated for the benefit of domain name registries, registrars, and resellers.