Hong kong Lights

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  1. dancer

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    this is a shot i took from victoria Peak over looking the center of Hong Kong. I had arrived a few hours earlier from London and thought I would go strait to the peak as we weren't sure of what the weather was going to be like over the 5 days we were there. It was very windy so it was hard but this one turned out. Let me know what you think. C&C is always a good thing. Cheers :)

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    I like it, very pretty with all those nice colours.
     
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    When was this taken? The weather seems really clear.
     
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    Ohhh so preeeedy
     
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    In Kong Kong, windy is good. Blows all the smog away. Beautiful city when its clear. And nicely taken also. Night skylines are my fave form of photography.
     
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    On your original pic: it seems a bit fuzzy and unsharp, but I think that's because of scaling. Otherwise it looks great!
     
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    On your second lot of photos you uploaded I like the 2nd one but the first one is quite dull for me in terms of colour, otherwise they are quite nice :thumbup:
     
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    You're right. Most of the time, HK is filled with smog. Until for some reason there's really strong wind or when it starts raining and suddenly sunny skies, and everything is shiny. :lol:
     
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    Looks awesome but I wish I could see it in hi-res
     
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    maybe we should all follow typhoons and hurricanes to shoot cityscapes :p
     

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