Hong Kong is small, very small. It is also home to thousands of small family run business as well as large chains all of which are vying to impress any potential customer. One way, which must now be a look synonymous with Hong Kong, are all the hanging advertising boards. These boards are constructed anywhere and everywhere possible.
Walk down any street in Kong Kong and you will understand what I mean. There are, of course, places where these advertising boards are more populous. Kowloon and Tsim Sha Tsui are a prime examples. What makes these boards even more fascinating is that at night time they all come to life and light up any street they occupy.
Living in Hong Kong you take these daily occurrences for granted - it's only when you stop and consider what your seeing do you realise how cool this place really is!
Any thoughts on the photo would be greatly appreciated.
Canon 400D EFS, 17 - 85mm f4 - 5.6; 81mm, f/10, 1/6, ISO 400
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Landscape and travel
Night and low light