So i really thought i was going to call it a night after an exhausting day of work. I could hardly lift my legs and spent half an hour planning if i should go anywhere. This little struggle was settled after my in-depth thinking of the opportunity i would miss for the night. It’s obvious that i did not have enough time to spend on the street. I told myself i’m not done with photographing Macau yet. At least not even shots that i expected prior to my trip. If i don’t do it, there’s probably not another time. I would deeply regret.
This drive had motivated me to explore. I might encounter surprises. This motivation gave myself a fresh pair legs to walk for more than 1 hour.
I started my walk at 10:30pm by taking taxi to the Central Post Office. It’s near the one of the most important landmarks in Macau – Senado Square.
I’ve never done any photography this late, not even in Hong Kong. There’s basically not much to shot with, a lot less chance to have interesting subjects, only urban landscape to capture. It was still fine as it’s new to me. I walked up the hill and found plenty of narrow passages led to the residential area. It’s quiet but I knew for sure I was safe.
There were many colonial architecture along the main street. I just love it. I wish there’s more going on. All I could do was pretty much what you see in my photos. There were some street stalls selling street food such as dim sum, sweet dessert soup, herbal tea…