All the behind scenes details from this #Architecture2020 shot.
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Today be fascinated by Kent Sampson’s tales of adventure through the streets of Hong Kong leading to his #Architecture2020 shot that made it to the Top 5 of this Contest.
Title: Close Quarters
Location: Quarry Bay, Hong Kong
Camera equipment: Nikon D3400, 18-300mm f/3.5 – 6.3
“Dense is the word I’d use to describe Hong Kong’s architecture. Its skyline, bustling streets, night-markets… all so incredibly dense. It’s a beautiful display of contemporary architecture where both modern and functionalist approaches juxtapose each other. While Hong Kong’s sci-fi-like cityscape is a spectacle to behold (especially during ‘A Symphony of Lights’), it’s the older, grittier, and seemingly never-ending look of its apartment blocks that really drew my attention.
These older, functionalist style buildings can be found all around the city; however, it’s perhaps best found in the Quarry Bay area. I spent a couple of hours getting lost in this part of the city, getting carried away with the different colors and patterns of all the various buildings. For me, no other picture I took sums up Hong Kong as a city better than this one.”
Agora photographer @_kennyc_ from the UK
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