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Tuesday, 5 February 2008

Skyscraping Feat

'Land in Hong Kong is as expensive as gold', that's what I was told many times by the people living in Hong Kong. I guess it is due to the limited flat land at the coastal area where the inner part of the island is mountainous. Therefore, all the buildings have to be built upward rather than sprawling across the land. It is really a concrete jungle, but that's literally incorrect, as remarkable number of buildings are made of steel.


Driving under the shadows of the giants.


Light does break through the gaps once in a while.


The 'polished' buildings.


Not so identical twins.


Bridging the gap.


This way to the sky.


Side by side.


We are all brothers and sisters.

5 comments:

Sandy Carlson said...

What a beautiful glass canyon!

ellen b. said...

You got some beautiful shots here! The buildings are huge and overpowering...

Ah Dom said...

What lens were you using?

CK-II said...

Sandy & Ellen> Thanks very much. :)

Ah Dom> These shots were taken with my Nikkor 17-35mm f/2.8D lens.

Anonymous said...

great pictures! you are using tripod too. Cyn

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