Monday, September 30, 2013

Skyscraper 06

 "Long has paled that sunny sky:
Echoes fade and memories die:
Autumn frosts have slain July."
LEWIS CARROLL

Do you know what I haven't post awhile? 
Yes, my skyscraper serie posts.
When I was in Hong Kong last summer, I
here and there snapped some pictures of
the wonderful and unusual sky, please
enjoy! 

A very early morning, a benefit when you have jet lag and you wake up somewhat (alot) earlier than usual.

Sightseeing in front, upstairs in the double decker bus.

Monsoon season in Hong Kong. 


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21 comments :

  1. dude that first photo is amazing. it looks other worldly! thanks for the beautiful share. can't ever get enough of that in one day! :D

    xoxo Sarah (xlicious girl)
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  2. great shots x
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  3. amazing pictures! I've been taking a lot of pictures of the sky lately because i can actually see the sunrise before i go to work now. Loveeeeeee it! very beautiful

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  4. Gorgeous photos! Thanks for the peek into Hong Kong - I've never been but only heard great things about it!! What a beautiful blog you have here! xo

    Jessica
    cocoandmingo.com

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  5. Absolutely breathtaking photos, Mei!
    It really makes me nostalgic about China (Chengdu had a lot of skyscrapers too). >u< Thanks for doing this series!

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  6. gah that last one is beautiful, and so are the ones of the rainy window! when i lived in chicago, i'd always walk to work with my head craned up towards the sky. those skyscrapers are so beautiful and old!

    xo marlen
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  7. Thanks for leaving such a darling comment on my blog!
    I really like your series, it's so interesting to see how different the sky actually is every day!

    Have a great day,

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  8. wow, love these amazing photos, skyscrapers never cease to amaze me! xx
    Alice Barton ♥ TheMowWay

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  9. Wow, wat een prachtige foto's weer.. de eerste foto lijkt wel uit een film te komen!

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  10. Hong Kong is such a beautiful place!

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  11. Your photography always leaves me in awe. I think I like the first one best. Something about the composition.

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  12. Wow, so amazing! *.*

    xoxo
    Hani
    http://sweetlikehani.blogspot.com

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  13. That photography is simply amazing! You are so skilled girl! I'm new to your blog so I'm wondering what kind of camera you used for this? Did you do much editing either?

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  14. great pictures ! It makes me wanna trave l!
    Sara,
    http://thecrimeofashion.blogspot.fr

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  15. isn't the sky really magnificent? i love taking pictures of the sky too. and i love seeing the different formation of clouds. the other day my husband and i spotted a dragon :)

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  16. Beautiful pictures!

    xo' M
    http://blvckorsomething.blogspot.com

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  17. Great photos (: HK looks unreal! All these pictures really makes me want to go backkk! ):

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  18. These are wonderful... oh the views of the city against those mountains

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  19. how lucky of you to be able to take these pictures of hk ;w; so jealous~ haha seems like you went to high places, didn't you? ah, i explored hk by foot i couldn't really take pictures like these :P anyway, gorgeous shots as per usual

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