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Dusk Lights on Mount Baker in Washington State, US as seen from Cypress Mountain in Vanocouver, Canada. And for anyone who know a little about Vancouver, you can see 2nd Narrows Bridge and Port Mann Bridge in the distance.
Foggy morning on the Kowloon side of Victoria Harbour. Sunlights breaking through the intense fog showing some lights and silhouette shading in some of the building across the ocean on Hong Kong island
A beautiful sunset up on Burnaby Mountain. It was snowing almost the entire day with the sun breaking through some clouds showing some color. Trees top are covered with snow gave a nice tones for the foreground. Hope you enjoy it!
The Iconic Skyline of Victoria Harbour and skyscraper along both side of the harbour. A foggy night up on Lugard Road at The Peak. A little hike from the tram station plaza to the west and you get this amazing view looking over almost half of the Hong Kong Island and Kowloon side. It could see quite a distance on a clear night. But not this evening… Thanks for viewing and have a great night!
Low fog covering the surface of the ocean in Victoria Harbour right before sunset. Some of the iconic skyscrapers standing up above the fog on the otherside on the harbour on Hong Kong island
A foggy evening of West side of Hong Kong island looking over from Kowloon. Night lights from all the buildings illuminated along the Victoria harbour.
Cloudy night at False Creek, downtown Vancouver. Love the mood that given by these dramatic clouds on this evening. Hope you like it. have a good night!
Pudong pedestrian ring bridge at night with light trails from the traffic below.
The twin towers of the IFC Buildings on a cloudy, foggy evening with these car light trails bending at this corner of the Central District in Hong Kong Island. Hope you enjoy!
Downtown Vancouver as seen from Burnaby on this lovely sunset lights! Have a great day!
I found curvy lines really attracts eye attentions and this location does have some chemicial reactions to my fish-eye lens! 🙂
Tsim Sha Tsui on a foggy night with ICC building (the far left) half covered by the fog. Overlooking from Wan Chai in Hong Kong island.
Morning lights at Coal Harbour in Vancouver downtown
The term ‘Compression’ seem to be used more and more often these days especially in the digital world. Mostly relate to file size, your photos, your video, files can be compress to send out through email, time can be compress because your boss want you to finish the same amount of work within a shorter time frame. But what I am referring to is the compression of distance made by any telephoto lens. Lining up the hi-rise buildings in right above the residential area with all these houses that are located 10 km away from downtown. Guess where I was to shoot this photo?
Sunset time at Granville Island under the Granville Street Bridge. Have a great day!
The race to the sky with all these skyscraper seem to have no ends to it. But I personally still think the pyrimid shape is better… You migiht have a different opinion. And sure one can say population and land are why we keep going higher. People living densely in a small area where we called it city. Is that the most beneficial one are the corporations that sell us goods and products just because we lived in a smaller area where they are easily reach us for selling these items? Okay…this is going too far… Let’s come back to this view right here. In my opinion, How tall it is really depends on where you are standing, your perspective when seeing it. In this case the Twin IFC buildings are still the tallest in this view under the ring shape pedastrian bridge in Pudong. Took almost the same shot few years back. But not as wide! 😉
It’s been busy the last 2 months with changes staying in Shanghai. Finally find some time to edit some of the shots I took on my trip. It is the view of where I’m staying. Renting this place wass mainly because of the view!! What do you think? I hope you enjoy it like I have!! Have a great day!
A foggy night of Hong Kong island west side. Buildings are disappearing in the distance. Adding a great mood to the city lights beauty.
It is my favourite transportation of choice in Hong Kong. Stars Ferry connect Tsim Sha Tsui and Central District in a very short time while you can enjoy both side of the views. Fog covering half of the IFC building on the other side. Been really enjoying shooting under foggy weather.
Beautiful sunset with the iconic False Creek Ferries boat and Burrard Bridge taken in Granville Island, Vancouver, BC. Have a great day!
A early morning in the Central District in Hong Kong island before people rushing to work. Trying my luck, hoping to see a colorful sky. And as seen, mission was failed. But I still love that dramtic sky over the Hone Kong skyline with the ferris wheel in front!! Thanks for viewing!
IFC and ICC are the tallest buildings in Hong Kong and are both covered by the dense fog hovering both side of the Victoria Harbour.
The iconic skyline of The Bund in Shanghai. A low tide night with little traffic in the river on this cold night. The texture in the mud provided great reflection of the light across the river. Hope you enjoy it!
Iconic view of Vancouver at sunset time. Have a great day!
Night view of Chek Lap Kok Airport and Tung Chung in Lantau Island, Hong Kong. This was taken on my way down Lantau Peak after sunset. It got dark half way down to the main road on the hiking trail. Hope you enjoy!
Another night view from an apartment near the Jing An Temple area in Shanghai. It’s been a lot of smog, fog in Shanghai the last week or so. The quality of air wasn’t really good lately. But this new view is my new view of December at this aprtment. Really enjoying the night view here! Thank you for viewing and I hope you enjoy it too!
I found this view quite interesting as the iconic Shanghai skyline is hiding in the middle. And all these old houses in the foreground are a protected area which have more than 200 years of history.
A wonderful morning waking up with a beautiful sunrise in the Laoximen District in Shnaghai, China
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