hongkongchina black and white photography
Hong Kong is a fascinating city. Its history, its people, its architecture - both old and new, its location. This gallery attempts to show the subtler side to HK. The images shown here hopefully will strike a chord with anyone who has every spent any time living in the city.
View of Central from Kowloon. This photograph was taken in 2005. In the foreground, a small junk can be seen with the tall high rise buildings of Hong Kong's Victoria Island in the background.
At Central Star Ferry. This shot shows an abstract view of the Star Ferry Pier.
Connaught Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong. Using a slows shutter speed and tripod, this photograph shows the hustle and bustle of the Hong Kong's Wan Chai district after dark. This photograph was taken in 2005.
The city of Hong Kong as seen from across the water on Kowloon.
Cultural Centre, Abstract piece, Tsim Tsau Tsui. This photograph is more sepia than black and white and was taken in 2005.
Victoria Peak. The view shows the bright lights of Central below and the harbour beyond, with Kowloon in the distance.
The city of Hong Kong as seen from Victoria Peak, 2005. The high rises buildings of Central and Wan Chai are shown with Kowloon visible across the harbour.
This photograph shows the view from Kowloon looking across Victoria harbour to Hong Kong's Victoria Island.
International Finance Centre at Central. This skyscraper was captured not longer after it was completed in 2005.
International Finance Centre, Central, HK. One of Hong Kong's tallest buildings.
Victoria Harbour, Hong Kong as viewed from the Kowloon side. The old junk is placed in juxtaposition to the modernity of Hong Kong's high rise buildings.
Harbour view and the high rises on the island. . The photo shows the harbour and Kowloon beyond.
This black and white photograph with Sepia post processing shows the view across Victoria Harbour from Kowloon.
Kowloon Clock, Tsim Tsa Chui. The end of the Kowloon to Canton Railway in Kowloon.
Nine Dragons of the Kowloon Peninsula, Hong Kong. The hills of Kowloon are referred to as dragons by the local people.
The night time traffic on Connaught Road, Wan Chai. This long exposure black and white photograph tries to capture the pace and frenetic energy of the city.
The night time traffic on Connaught Road, Wan Chai. This black and white photograph was taken in 2005.
Nighttime. This abstract black and white photograph captures the life and energy of the city of Hong Kong. It was taken in 2005.
The world famous Peninsula hotel, Kowloon.
Hong Kong Island 2000. This black and white photograph shows a local man looking across the water at Victoria Harbour.
Facade, Macau, South East Asia 2002. Not far from Hong Kong stands the former Portuguese colony of Macau.
A race goer studying the form at Happy Valley. Every Wednesday night, horses race under the bizarre futuristic landscape of the city's bright lights.
Lonely junk on Stanley Harbour. This sepia toned print was taken in 2005.
Nine dragons of Kowloon with the city's CBD in the foreground.
On the beach. This shot shows a local boy waiting on the beach at Big Wave Bay, HK. Photograph was taken in 2005.
Wan Chai from the exhibition centre.
Wan Chai from the exhibition centre. This shot shows the bright lights of this amazing city.
Star Ferry crosses the harbour. The ferry has been making this journey for over 100 years.
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