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  1. Marci Lindsay
    November 12, 2017 @ 2:49 pm

    I was in Fes in 1982 as a college student. I am dying to go back to Morocco. Enjoy!

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    • Epes
      November 14, 2017 @ 8:39 pm

      We are enjoying it already. In Fes today. Chefsheoun next week!

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  2. Mike Rooke
    November 12, 2017 @ 8:52 pm

    Marrakech! The main square at night. The leather tanneries. Head south towards the Atlas Mountains. I climbed the highest peak there (Mt. Toubkal) but the eye opener was the medieval villages en route. A photographer’s paradise!

    I’ll send you my favourite Marrakech shot.

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    • Epes
      November 14, 2017 @ 8:38 pm

      Hi Mike

      We are in Fes at the moment and loving it. We’ve been to Marrakech 8 years ago so will probably head South soon. Send your photo!

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  3. Richard Towse
    November 13, 2017 @ 12:51 am

    Hello again Anthony. It was brilliant to see Hong Kong again in your latest blog. I travelled there at least once each year for 35 years, and stopped four years ago. It’s extraordinary how this city has grown, and continues to be so vibrant and inspiring. To think that when I first arrived there no buildings above 12 floors were permitted… I particularly liked your shot of one of the new very tall buildings, with building pipes and bushes in the foreground, the vertical shot of the estate (?West Kowloon?) and the shot of the fruit-faced stall holder. Of all the people in cities, the Hong Kong citizens are the least fazed by cameras, and yet the most animated, and I think you captured that. Thank you.

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    • Epes
      November 14, 2017 @ 8:36 pm

      Hi Richard

      For someone who has spent so much time in Hong Kong and knows it so well I am glad that you feel I have done it right. It is just the start for me! That vertical shot is the Montane mansion estate in Quarry Bay – that was an amazing sight, the shot is pretty stock since it seems to be the obvious one to do and is what took me there in the first place, so really it was all about the experience of seeing such astounding architecture. I enjoyed it thoroughly!

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  4. Sophie Taglialegne
    November 14, 2017 @ 8:06 pm

    Great Video Anthony. I love the instrumental sound track, the fact that your photos are running above the registration of you commuting “at dawn” by train. I believe that whoever has been to HK first discovered the city through their commute by train from HK international airport so it took me back there. The photos are great, playful thanks to all those city lights, skycrapers, etc. Interesting work. It makes me feel l like travelling back there again, for photography purposes too. So thanks.

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    • Epes
      November 14, 2017 @ 8:31 pm

      Thanks Sophie. I really enjoy making videos, though I am a novice. Putting my images to music is a new kind of thrill for me. I wish I could say I’m doing it for my followers but I feel like it’s all about me enjoying myself. 🙂
      Your insight on the visuals is very interesting to me. Maybe we shoot it together next year!

      All best
      A

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