The protest camp at Causeway Bay is the smallest of the three “Umbrella Movement” occupation sites. Located in some of the most expensive retail property in world (reportedly topping even NYC’s Madison Avenue), the camp has shut down a portion of normally busy Hennessy Road to eastbound traffic. As with the sites in Mong Kok and Admiralty, protesters have barricaded the street and set up a village complete with tents, makeshift study areas and libraries, and plenty of colourful ‘protest art’ installations.
This location is the most low-key of the protest sites, unlike Mong Kok that sees tempers flare almost daily. Tourists and locals alike were taking pictures of the camp and chatting with some of the students here.
These photos were taken with Pentax Takumar SMC legacy lenses adapted my X-Pro1 camera. Click on the picture for a better view.