During my recent stay in Hong Kong, I was able to capture some of the everyday goings on as well as document the two-day ceremony. Of course, this is just a tiny slice of life in Hong Kong. I could probably spend decades photographing within its 1,104.4 sq. km boundary and still only cover a fraction of what goes on. So, for now, here’s a little something which you may not have seen before; a little less of the glitz and glamour, a little more of its inhabitants.
Hong Kong at night is one of the most amazing time and places to be. Public transport and the retail/leisure industry keep going until late evening which means it’s easy to get around. With vast amounts being invested into the tourism sector (e.g. the famous Symphony of Lights show which runs daily at 8pm) there’s always plenty to see and do. It’s also a very safe place to walk around with expensive camera equipment which means more time and effort spent on photography and less on worrying about being robbed.