First image of an upcoming sky series.
A Hong Kong panorama view on the fabulous skyline of Hong Kong at night, during the blue hour. You can see the Stonecutters Bridge, connecting Tsing Yi and the Stonecutters Islands. In the background you can see the ICC (International Commerce Centre) in Kowloon and on the other side of Victoria Harbour the whole Hong Kong skyline on Hong Kong Island, including Victoria Peak.
A more detailed view on Victoria Harbour.
Hong Kong is a city of light and neon. In this view you can see some of its thousand of skyscrapers, creating an unbelievable density.
What makes Hong Kong so special in my mind is its location between mountains. Because of this the city has a very special visuality and I love it. In this image you can see Hong Kong from the highest mountain Tai Mo Shan (957 m). The city itself was covered by a layer of fog, only broken my some rays of sun light. One of the most impressive views on a city I have ever encountered.
View on the skyline of Shenzhen, China. The megacity is surrouned by mountains and the cityscape covered by smog. The city is located in the area of Guangdong and is a special economic zone with around 12 millions habitants.
I just spent some days in Hong Kong. What an unbelievable city, it was like a neverending, brainmelting fever dream. Some impressions, shot on my phone.