The gloomy post typhon sky enlights Hong Kong's colors of this city full of contrasts.
View of Hong Kong bay from the Star Ferry. The star Ferry is the cheapest way to sail, with a 2,5 HK$ ticket.
This part of Victoria Harbour on West Kowloon hosts smaller container boats with onboard cranes, responding to colorful buildings in the background.
A man fishing in Victoria Harbour
Empty park in West Kowloon, in front of W Hotel and of the ICC tower, the tallest of Hong Kong.
Pool of W Hotel, on top of Elements Shopping Centre, which hosts almost exclusively luxury brands.
Contrasting with the traditional porter who seems to have existed for centuries.
The tram, or "Ding Ding", built in 1904, is the greenest transportation mode in Hong Kong. It also enables the photographer to do a great trip from west to east.
Lines, colors, density and red taxis : a condensed version of Hong Kong.
Victoria Park, not exactly a haven as you only escape the urban noise to find tropical deafening one.
Wan Chai market.
View from Hong Kong Park : Lippo Centre - based on Koala's climbing a tree.
Further south, in Shek O village, you discover another side of Hong Kong, far from the hustle and bustle of the city.
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