Outside the bustling Ximen Station in Taipei on 7 August 2015, I struggled vaguely to not move a muscle amidst the tornadic, ominous gusts of rain and wind; with my left eye tightly sealed for good measure and the optical viewfinder of the Fujifilm QuickSnap assuming control over my right vision, I was trying to familiarise myself with the single-use camera for the first time so swaying from side to side, however mildly, was not A-okay in my book.
Luckily, the gadget is mind-blowingly user-friendly and I was able to get the hang of it like a bride’s nightie—two and a half minutes to be precise—insofar that, shortly after I returned home, I skedaddled directly to the nearest shopping centre to acquire two more. It was a no-brainer that I resolved to name them Joseph Sugg 2.0 and Joseph Sugg 3.0 respectively.
In this series, I journeyed to Kobe Harborland in Japan, Hong Kong Island and Lantau Island in Hong Kong, Ruins of St. Paul’s in Macau, Resorts World Sentosa in Singapore, as well as across the high seas with SuperStar Gemini, a 230-metre Asia-Pacific cruise liner.
This week's photo challenge is Collage.