Perhaps one of the World's most pictured modern city skylines - Hong Kong Island.
A traditional Chinese junk sailing in Victoria Harbour.
Hong Kong Island skyline at night.
Hong Kong Island skyline at night. Behind Victoria Peak ("The Peak"), on the right the park and viewing areas, to the left the upscale residential areas.
The Peninsula Hotel in Tsim Sha Tsui. Old and new in the same complex.
Start of the Avenue of Stars, home of statues and other recognition for the local movie stars. Also a very popular tourist photo spot.
The old Clock Tower near Kowloon Public Pier.
Avenue of Stars. Nice little coloured lights on the ground here and there.
Inside the Airport Express train. Notice the program on TV: ice hockey from NHL. At the ceiling there is a convenient bar showing the progress of the trip.
Making a movie on Avenue of Stars.
Apartment blocks in Tsing Yi, NW of Kowloon. This is what I'd call dense living. A wall of similar blocks was also visible from the Victoria Harbour towards east, in Lam Tin and Kwun Tong areas.
Hong Kong Island ferry harbour.
The old Clock Tower, Hong Kong Cultural Centre, and behind The Peninsula Hotel.