Because I didn’t want the burden of carrying around my big camera and its lenses, I went without in my journeys around Hong Kong. The iPhone did backup duty and did a fine job, though some of the pictures below are from my Canon. The smog around Hong Kong was actually prohibitive for better photography of the skylines – too bad.
By the way, here was my hotel room!
The Bank of China building stands proud in the middle of the financial district, making its stripes to reflect their blinking and colorful patterns off the neighboring buildings.
As a Code Wrangler at Automattic, Inc., I spend my days reticulating splines. As a nomad, I own very few things and enjoy living simply. I love cooking, engineering, photography, and my faithful God, Jesus Christ.
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The kids think tent sleeping on a high rise would be AWESOME!!!
It pretty much brought out the kid in me too! There was another level above where you had to climb a ladder to reach (beware of the hole in the floor though). This was the hut above the stairwell.
Pictures I didn’t take: that hut (didn’t want to scare everyone since there’s no handrail to prevent you from falling; the side of the hut (piles of junk and nasty laundry); looking over the sides of the walls (filthy streets and buildings below). But, you know, these elements are what make an adventure memorable!
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