He notes that while the photos can seem sterile and uninhabited, Hong Kong’s ground levels are thriving, human places where people do Tai Chi, play cards and socialize.
But he doesn’t photograph the ground level.
looking straight up into the sky.
Several of them are downward-facing, too, as well as looking straight ahead.
There’s plenty of that out there - what he did do was pretty unique.
Ground level is insanity. It’s like building Manhattan inside the hills of San Francisco, except the hills are mountains there. I only wish I could have visited when the original airport was still operating, flying in over Kowloon. All that has been torn down and modernized now.
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