This is Connaught Road in Hong Kong, a road that cuts across Hong Kong island. It’s not an especially pleasant road, but does look like a scene from Bladerunner at night. A raised road handles faster traffic, and beneath this is part of the raised … Continue reading Connaught Road
The Hong Kong Cultural Centre is one of those places you gravitate towards when taking photos in Hong Kong. First it’s a giant 90’s tiled concrete blob of a building with lots of weird tunnels (like shown here). Second it has air conditioning so you can … Continue reading Cultural Tunnel
I may have mentioned the fog in Hong Kong. It gets everywhere and never really seems to leave. This is the Star Ferry terminal in Kowloon, with Hong Kong Island mysteriously floating above it on a bed of fog. It kind of looks like a … Continue reading Hong Kong Island Ferry
A typical hard day at work followed by the long walk home along the illuminated pathway surrounded by word-defying shapes.
It’s hard to get away from the fog/haze/pollution that persists around Hong Kong, even at night. With the tall buildings and bright lights it does create some interesting and surreal effects. This is somewhere near Central.
It seems I can’t stop taking photos of these trees whenever in Hong Kong. This one is particularly amazing as it mostly exists outside of the ground. I can only imagine the root system is thick enough to stop it falling down. This one seen somewhere … Continue reading Banyan
The thing about taking photos of dim sum is that it’s generally not the most photogenic food, and is usually found in dark surroundings with terrible lighting. Saying all of that, when in Hong Kong what better food to eat than… Taiwanese dumplings! This is at … Continue reading Ding Tai Fung