My flickr contact Ming Thein took this in Hong Kong. It’s looking up at a mirrored ceiling and the image is flipped over. Sort of hurts one’s brain to think about it too much but it’s a great reflection.
I found it as part of a post he recently did on illusion and reality at his web site.
Flickr member Alvin Ku took this fascinating image of the exterior of the building he lives in in Hong Kong with his Ricoh GR.
My flickr contact KC Kwan shot this fantastic image in Hong Kong with a Ricoh GRD IV.
Flickr member William C posted this great image of a two level Apple store in Hong Kong taken with a Sony RX100.
The traffic underneath and the plants on top frame this nicely.
Flickr member Roger Wojahn took this great image of a passageway between buildings in Hong Kong with his Ricoh GR. The use of black framing a bright background is excellent, very dramatic.
My Flickr contact Nick Poon got this excellent image of people preparing fish in a street vendor booth in Hong Kong with his Ricoh GR.
Flickr member Nick Poon got this excellent image of a vendor confined in his “convenience” booth in Hong Kong with his Ricoh GR.
My flickr contact KC Kwan explores the dark side of Kowloon, Hong Kong with his Ricoh GRD IV. His entire series called Homebound is spectacular and is put together in a book for sale on Amazon: Homebound by KC Kwan.
Flickr member Sam Ginger posted a wonderful black and white taken in Hong Kong with his Ricoh GR.
Flickr member Ioannis Lelakis caught this amazing urban landscape (and lost glove on roof) in Hong Kong with a Ricoh GR. Brilliant image.