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Florian's voyage in Hong Kong S.A.R.

Flo's voyage in Hong Kong S.A.R.

Florian's voyage in Hong Kong S.

Wan Chai Heritage - Hong Kong.

This photo from Hong Kong, South is titled 'Wan Chai Heritage'.

The magnificent Peak Tower at Victoria Peak. It is the best place to see the stunning views of the renowned Victoria Harbor and the bustling...

The magnificent Peak Tower at Victoria Peak [Hong Kong . for] stunning views of the renowned Victoria Harbor . [excerpts from someone else's caption, slightly modified]

Mind-Blowing Architectural Density in Hong Kong | Bored Panda

Mind-Blowing Architectural Density in Hong Kong

Photo Michael Wolf, Hong Kong, via Demilked

Quarry Bay - Hong Kong

Instagram Photo by DAVIS PAUL (@davispaul

Quarry Bay - Hong Kong Framing and Perspective

Hong Kong Street Scene by Lasse Krug

North Point Terminus: "Trams will first go through Chun Yeung Street Market, and one more turn to the terminus.

001 hong kong facades miemo penttinen Hong Kong facades by Miemo Penttinen

cross-connect: “ Featured Curator: Roberto Cruz Niemiec [ArchAtlas] Hong Kong Facades by Miemo Penttinen focuses on the fascinatingly massive & abstract facades of huge, tall apartment buildings in.

Drone Photos Reveal The Incredible Density Of High-Rises In Hong Kong  -  Navigating the densely-populated streets of Hong Kong can be a challenging experience, but photographer Andy Yeung has come up with a unique and mesmerizing way to photograph this amazingly busy metropolis.

Drone Photos Reveal The Incredible Density Of High-Rises In Hong Kong

Hong Kong is a densely populated city where high-rises are crammed close together and where an estimated people live in cubicle apartments. Photographer Andy Yeung used a drone to capture this density for his project Urban Jungle.

Francesco Scavullo. “Antonia at the Star Ferry”. 1962. Hong Kong, China. (Harper’s Bazaar).

Taken in Hong Kong by Francesco Scavullo for Harper’s Bazaar, June 1962

Think Your Apartment Is Small? Check Out These Super-Tiny Hong Kong Houses

Check Out These Super-Tiny Hong Kong Houses

http://www.fubiz.net/2014/09/11/hong-kong-1950s-memory-photography/

Hong Kong 1950’s Memory Photography

Critically acclaimed Chinese photographer Fan Ho spent the and taking gritty and darkly beautiful photos of street life in Hong Kong. His photographs are to be published in his new book “Fan Ho: A Hong Kong Memoir.

Hong Kong Peak tram, 1897 * 1500 free paper dolls and toys Chinese paper dolls at The China Adventures of Arielle Gabriel, also free Chinese toys at Arielle Gabriels The Internaitonal Paper Doll Society *

A cable railway in Hong Kong in 1897

1950s/1960s social documentary photography of Hong-Kong by Fan Ho

Fan Ho - Hong Kong photographer from

Hong Kong tram

Ding Ding by Krzysztof Kusy / Pictured here is the famous Hong Kong´s tram often referred to as the "Ding Ding".

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Les façades de Hong Kong vues par le photographe Michael Wolf

Urban Photography, Michael Wolf (reminds me of home)

Neighbours: Despite being one of the world's richest cities, the high cost of renting in Hong Kong means many of its residents are forced to set up home in incredibly cramped living spaces

Can you believe these are actually apartments? The stunning images of Hong Kong ‘living cubicles’ that look just like Borg cubes

Hong Kong apartments, photographed by Michael Wolf

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