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  1. Hong kong, october 2016 Kowloon, Tok Wa Wan, In the quarter where our hotel was, people go shopping for their household utensils. for us it was interesting to see where normalChinese poeple work and live. During those rainy days of a typhoon of category 3 one cold step outside and get some attractive light situations.
  2. Hong Kong, Ocean Park This lady enjoyed the shooting. Olympus EM 5 MKII with Nocticron.
  3. Hong Kong, october 2015 during a typhoon of category 3 Unstoppable rain but the glamour on the street aound our hotel seemed promising. Leica Q
  4. Hong Kong, october 2016 during a typhoon of category 3 Olympus EM 5 MKII with Nocticron
  5. When being in Hong Kong this year in october we had the experience of a typhoon of category no 3. Constant heavy downpour of rain and wind made us look for shelter and then head out for a few shots an wipe the lens afterwards. The Q performed very well.
  6. Hong Kong, october 2016 This boat sailed towards Nirvana. The skyline of Hong Kong Island was gone during a typhoon of category 3 Olympus EM5 MKII with Nocticron
  7. Hong Kong, october 2016 during a typhoon of category 3 The heavy downpour of rain provided a softener and diffusor for the exposures. Coming out from inside airconsitioned rooms the challenge to keep the camera free from condensation was tricky. After every shot I had to wipe the lens. The Cultural Centre at the harbourfront of Kowloon was for us the first place to wipe off water, clear our things and bcome ready for the next series of shots. Leica Q
  8. Hong Kong, october 2016 while a typhoon category 3 was hitting the city Leica Q
  9. Since the tripod was occupied by my Canon 5D MKIII the Leica Q had to show its potential. All shots were handheld only. Hong Kong, The Peak f 8 - 1/60 - ISO 100
  10. I was being busy with 2 cameras, one on a tripod, the Q being ready for anything else. People were bustling with selfysticks, toothpaste smiling and posing, the crowd was a permanent menace to my tripod. Keeping an eye on the crowd there was here and there also a picture for me....
  11. as a starter I send this classic view from the Harbourfront of Hong Kong. A special hightlight this year is the lightshow "Symphony of lights" at 8 p.m. every day when the skyscraper do communicate with each other via lasertechnique. Leica Q, panorama stichted from 4 pictures.
  12. Taken at Mong Kok station of Hong Kong. One of the busiest station in Hong Kong. Over 500 thousand people use this station everyday. Other photos of the station are at BigBigLens.com - Leica Summarit.
  13. lucerne

    Hong Kong.

    From the album: Hong Kong

    © Gordon Harris 2015

  14. This is a series showing samples of living areas where we strolled to explore the city. We did not see any other Europeans there. The city is under permanent construction and old ramshackle buildings are certainly to be replaced by another sort of stapled housing. The question is whether there will be ever enough room affordable for normal wages. All with Olympus EM 5 + Summilux 15 mm
  15. Since could finish processing the pictures from my recent Hong Kong trip I can start to post a few series. To start with I can tell you that one of the best parks in Hong kong is the "Kowloon Walled City Park". The Walled City was once a stronghold of the Triads, having transformed the quarter of a British Garnison, into a solid mass of housing where the police feared to go even. From our hotel in the neighbpourhood old the old "Kai Tak Airport" it was only a short 20 minutes walk. The government finally decided to tear down the Walled City and transformed it into one of the most beautiful parks and Chinese Gardens in the city. People simply go there to relax, you can find there many Thai girls and women there who work as nannnies for Chinese households. If being in Hong Kong one should not miss this place. Olympus EM 5 with Nocticron
  16. Late september I was in Hong Kong for a fortnight and we could explore many locations. Stanley is a place with an English tradition in the south of HK-Island. After a hot and exciting day it was a welcome place to relax,have dinner and then going back to our hotel on Kowloon. This picture was taken just after sunset, a rising moon here is vanishing behind a hill. Pano out of 2 pictures, Olympus OM EM 5 with Elmarit R 60 mm.
  17. Yuen Po Street Bird Garden, Hong Kong M8 & Lux 50. C&C always welcome
  18. My world, my life, my destiny
  19. Can stop shooting with m240, love it
  20. This is a stitched panorama shot using six frames from a 35mm Summilux FLE on an M9 @ 2.8. Erik
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