The bloke wearing dodgy wellies not looking like a biker, the old Kai Tak Airport Fire Station and feral dogs giving me the evil eye
I have been waiting in vain for a long time to try and catch a Pagani car on the streets of Hong Kong, to be fair the odds are astronomical that you would actually see one pottering about the streets.
So today I went over to what I thought was the showroom of Pagini cars in Hong Kong - located in Kowloon Bay it is not the easiest place to find and much to my irritation a couple of workers there told me quite bluntly that I could not take photo's and for the life of my I cannot understand why a middle aged bloke having a fanboy moment could be refused his moment, it beggars belief frankly as these 2 morons had no way of knowing if I was a potential buyer.
Their logic as it was, was that this was not a showroom (it is in Chaiwan on Hong Kong Island) and as such I could not take a couple of photographs... this location is the only listing on the Pagini website and there was certainly a plush office where one presumes you could negotiate a purchase.
Anyway, long story short, I waited until their backs were turned and got a couple of images before legging it, I did not go all that way to be seen off by a couple of gormless morons.
This experience has not put me off thinking about saving up for the next 2,765 years to actually buy one.
I have put a link between the pictures for a chap called Daryl Chapman who has a simply magnificent Flickr site devoted to cars in Hong Kong.. he has a great camera and he makes my car images look decidedly iffy.
I would pull a face like that if I had to ride around the streets of Hong Kong in this get up.... I had no idea how silly he looked until I viewed the image on my screen.. biker gangs beware.
To get this image I walked 52 minutes from the Pagani showroom, this old Fire Station is now deserted and located next to the new Kai Tak Cruise Terminal.
I hate feral dogs, I must emit those "whatjamecallits" as they always make a point of giving me the evil eye which I return in kind.
You can see the Mega Box shopping mall from my spot at the Peak, it is located in Kowloon Bay.
My Olympus camera does not have a viewfinder and on a sunny day the LCD screen is useless so mostly I am literally pointing and shooting and hoping for the best.. this actually came out quite well.
A random pile of tyres on the pavement
A load of random adverts stuck to a metal shutter
A random welder - at least he is using all the safety equipment
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