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By benlee    
I've recently been out and about Hong Kong exploring a potential new project. Generally, I work in the landscape formate but for this project I wanted to push myself so I'm trying out the square crop. I think this poses some new challenges for composition even though all the rules still apply.

Hong Kong has some of the best architecture about so there is always plenty shoot. For this new project I've been looking to trying to look at a different side of the architecture and get down to the details or sometimes unseen patterns.

This is one of my favourites so far and I'll be uploading some other very soon. Let me know what your thoughts are.

The building on the left is the IFC and the building on the right is the ICC. These are the two tallest buildings in Hong Kong and dominate the skyline.

Tags: Building Architecture Hong kong Landscape and travel Square crop Black and white Architecture and buildings

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DaveU 12 1.4k 125 England
14 May 2011 10:03PM
Excellent .... the best image I've seen on EPZ today.

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benlee 7 46 4 United Kingdom
15 May 2011 5:07AM
Hi DaveU,

Thanks for the comment - very kind!
PhillipMinnis 8 94 4 Australia
15 May 2011 5:21AM
A nice B&W architectural image! Lovely tones!



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