At my arrival in Hong Kong, I was firstly impressed by its incredible urban development in terms of verticality and compactness. However, I discovered soon after that the city’s density was juxtaposed next to sheer wilderness with large lands of preserved nature all through the territory. Actually, it is 70% of the city's territory which is totally not developed and covered by nature.


Show Full Text

I started to develop the habit of exploring this side as well in order to take some breath of fresh air out of the city and the sceneries I have seen never failed to impress me by their beauty and diversity.

This series of photographs is a tribute to Hong Kong’s natural beauty and a way to show people that are not conscious of it that the urban areas here are just one side of the coin of Hong Kong’s staggering uniqueness.

More info: Instagram

#1

Hong Kong Land And Sea #7, 2017

Report

Meeow 2 months ago

The famous Ng Tung Chai waterfalls, I've been there and it was beautiful

#2

Hong Kong Land And Sea #11, 2017

Report

#3

Hong Kong Land And Sea #3, 2017

Report

#4

Hong Kong Land And Sea #1, 2016

Report

#5

Hong Kong Land And Sea #5, 2017

Report

#6

Hong Kong Land And Sea #6, 2017

Report

#7

Hong Kong Land And Sea #8, 2017

Report

#8

Hong Kong Land And Sea #10, 2017

Report

#9

Hong Kong Land And Sea #2, 2017

Report

#10

Hong Kong Land And Sea #12, 2017

Report

#11

Hong Kong Land And Sea #4, 2017

Report

#12

Hong Kong Land And Sea #9, 2017

Report