The Luster of Downtown Hong Kong

Hong Kong has some of the coolest architecture in the world. Even though I have been over there a few times, I am always amazed how China is leading the way for cutting edge architecture in skyscrapers.

The Luster of Downtown Hong Kong

Shooting Across the Straits of Hong Kong at Dusk

Just before sunset I found a really cool bar near IFC2 where I chilled out with a book and a tripod. I got up every few minutes when the light changed – this was one of my favorites!

Shooting Across the Straits of Hong Kong at Dusk

The Tapas Bar at the IFC

Here is a shot of a cool tapas bar on top of the IFC in Hong Kong.
The Bar at the IFC

Crystal Puzzle in Hong Kong

This was found on top of a building in central Hong Kong…
The Crystal Complex

Night in Hong Kong

This is close to midnight from the harbor in Hong Kong with a full moon rising.
Nights in Hong Kong

The Ferry Port of Hong Kong

This was taken around 11 PM after I took the ferry back from Kowloon to the island of Hong Kong. The big building there is the controversial IFC2 building that went against the city building codes by exceeding the visible height of the nearby mountains.
The Ferry Port of Hong Kong

Create

I just got to Leipzig, Germany and I am looking forward to exploring. I hope I get some more time!

Create

Moon over Hong Kong

The full moon was over Hong Kong and it was burning through the clouds just after sunset. I shot this from the Kowloon side before I took the ferry back over to the island for the night.
Moon Over Hong Kong

Glass and Metal and Steel and China

This was shot at the base of the IFC2 building in Hong Kong. They have an open air area full of bars and little cafes where you can hang out.
Glass and Metal and Steel and China

A Filipino in Hong Kong

One thing I have noticed from staying in hotels in Asia is that the lounges at night are always full of spunky Filipino singers. I do not know why all the singers are always from the Philippines or why they are always spunky.

Hilton, Marriott, Shangri La, Mandarin Oriental, and all the others must flood the Filipino Craigslist with adverts asking for good singers that can do dance routines, sing, and never get tired of entertaining expatriots.

Below is one of the singers from the Marriott, who I met one night between sets. One of the owners of the Hong Kong Marriott was in the lounge and he saw me in the corner drinking coffee and working on a few photos. He was a big fan of my work and soon started calling all the staff, bartenders, his friends, and eventually the singers over to my laptop. I was surrounded and they were all looking at my photos and asking all kinds of questions. Joy, in the picture here, asked me if I would meet her in Kowloon on the weekend to take a picture of her for her portfolio.
A Filipino in Hong Kong

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