The Megopolis Hong Kong – What Happens Around Dusk

Believe it or not, there is a small documentary being filmed about me. I don’t know what to think about it – only to assume it is going to be rather boring! I think it is going to be a lot like Grizzly Man, just without the bear.

As this gal is going about her process of gathering materials, she asked me for a few of the original shots from Hong Kong so she can show them during the documentary. I was going back through my old shots, and found that I had never processed THIS one of Hong Kong, which has a really moody dusk sky, so I spent a few hours to clean it up for publication.

I hope you like it!

The Megopolis Hong Kong - What Happens Around Dusk

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  • Martin Ramirez

    Hong Kong is one of the most beautiful places in the woid. My visit was of an extrodinary and unique expedrience only wish that it was a little longer. People were very nice and warm the city make NYC look like a dump. I’m a proud american.

  • http://ryanwentzelphotography.com Ryan Wentzel

    The clouds really add to the beauty of the scene.

  • miriam

    fantastic! composition is spot-on.

  • karan

    I can’t tell you how awesome this picture is.

  • titter85

    Yeah! It’s amazing. The colors and lights! How couldn’t you process it before! :P
    Cheers

  • Craig F.

    Beautiful shot. Thank you for all the great work and sharing with us.

  • DEE

    I like the foreground together with the lights of the city.

  • http://www.stuckincustoms.com tratcliff

    Thank you – I like all of those things too. I kind of wish this is the first one of Hong Kong I had published… but it got to you later than sooner, and everything is okay.

  • http://www.funnymos.com/ Alan

    This definitely makes me want to visit Hong Kong! What an awesome shot!

  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/mauricewoodworth/ Moe W

    I’ve never been to HK but this is gorgeous, Well seen and well processed. Where is the documentary going to be shown?

  • Fran

    Beautiful!

  • LOVERBOY

    GREAT SHOT!HONG KONG IS A BEAUTIFUL PLACE.NICE WORK.

  • http://6uold.blogspot.com/ 6uold

    Very nice. Reminds me of “Close Encounters of the Third Kind” when Roy and Ronnie come over the edge of Devil’s Tower and gaze into the landing area.

  • Gail

    Wow, glad you found that old photo!!! It is absolutely beautiful. Let us know when they are going to do the documentary about you. Will it be on PBS or cable???? I would love to see it!!!!! Congratulations on being bestowed such an honor. You deserve it!!!!
    Your faithful viewer from Montana

  • Deb

    WOW!!! It seems to be the only thing I can come up with. You do such wonderful work!! Thank you so much for sharing with us.

  • http://www.stuckincustoms.com tratcliff

    Thanks all. I don’t know when the documentary will be available… Once I find out, I’ll let you know. She told me today it will take about a month to edit. Anyway, glad you all like this shot so much!

  • Ann

    It’s the angle. A trianle of light.

  • http://flicker Wendy

    I unfortunately, have not been able to travel in my life…due to having children, taking care of a terminally ill child, and now back in school & taking care of elderly parents. I want u to know how much being able to see the world thru ur eyes has enriched my life. Thanx for the memories.

  • http://cutekittypunk.blogspot.com melissa

    Your Stuff is amazing! Thanks for sharing it – now which one will i save as my new desktop photo?

  • Dr. Electro

    The angle looks like the shot was either taken from the peak railroad or from Tiger Balm Garden. Either way, it is an exciting view day or night.

    Hong Kong is one of the most beautiful cities in the world after dark. Whether it’s a long shot like this one or a tight shot down a shopfront street the result is the same. I plan to take my wife to Hong Kong for our anniversary in 2010.

  • Caleb Evans

    This has to be one of my favorite of your pictures. I love how you captured the cool blue AND the warm glow of the yellows and oranges. Amazing shot.

  • http://elbelbelb2000.blogtog.com Eugene

    This picture is one of my all-time favourites of yours, Trey.

  • ayesha

    Hi Trey, fantastic as usual..IS this available for sale., would be perfect x mas gift. if so, how much will it be? what are the different sizes? I would really love a large one to adorn our home. Live in Hong Kong for the moment..cheers ayesha

  • Dorothy Creek

    This picture is stunning! It reminds me of when i lived there as a Mormon missionary. It was one of the best times of my life!

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