Hong Kong night scenery

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    The city with the most sky crappers, Hong Kong.
    With Bank of China tower, The Center, IFC and many more inset

    Technical note: Mounted on tripod to gain stability for long exposure. Taken with Canon 400D with lens Sigma 18-200 non-OS fitted on at Avenue of Stars. See exif data for more info.

    blog entry link www.hugolim.com/2009/05/hong-kong-island-at-night/

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    1. Fabio Mandrioli © Photography 71 months ago | reply

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    6. WeeKit 71 months ago | reply

      Love this pic so much....Brilliant!
      I did shoot some of hkg night view pic.....but not as nice as this!

    7. Ming - chun ( very busy ) 71 months ago | reply

      Have a nice weekend

      chun

    8. p:q is bzzzzzzz 71 months ago | reply

      stunning!! hopefully u didn't bring back "A" souvenir. :)))

    9. hugolim.com 71 months ago | reply

      thankss yaaa.. hong kong weather is not-so-predictable, during the daytime its so cloudy that hamper most of my attempts to get good shots. It depends on luck also lah sometimes haha.. keep trying! :D

      thankssssss~~!!

      thanks yaa.. hahahaa... im still fit and strong till now. penang has just confirmed the first case and its from my workplace =.= hope i didnt "interact" with that colleague.

    10. kweaver2 71 months ago | reply

      Great shot!

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    17. lipjin 71 months ago | reply

      nice night shot... feel like the movement of the ferry is a distraction though

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    18. hugolim.com 71 months ago | reply

      hmmm..somehow it may be distracting as of the plain sea, suddenly one boat just pops out there..

      thanks for your comment! appreciate it!

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