Friday, November 27, 2009

PFF : Spectacular Night Scene of Hong Kong


Postcard image credit to ©Keith Macgregor.

The Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre in North Wanchai dominates this photograph of Hong Kong's Central business district under a spectacular sunset.




Postcard image credit to ©Keith Macgregor.

This view from above the Kowloon station takes in the Gateway on the left with the Pacific Club in the foreground. The Ocean Terminal is behind this and North Wanchai and the Convention and Exhibition Centre in the distance.


Wish all of you Happy PFF !




9 comments:

BeachILike said...

Typically Hong Kong view, the city which never sleep.

Have you been there? It is busy busy places, but if you like shopping you would love it.

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Bob of Holland said...

Happy PFF! I once did a stop-over in Hong-Kong, when we were on our honeymoon to Australia. We were a bit groggy from the long flight and Hong-Kong was hot and sweaty, but I never forget the spectacular views along the river, the cable train up Peak mountain and the sweet shops with all those dazzlingly coloured sweets. Thanks for bringing back the memory.

Snap said...

Lovely shots of Hong Kong. I hear the food is great, too! Happy PFF!

Mary said...

Beautiful shots of Hong Kong. I was there on business a couple of times and really enjoyed it. The view from my hotel was spectacular, overlooking the harbor. There is a famous street performer in Hong Kong called Hong Kong Elvis. We actually came across him when we were out one night. Hysterical! Check him out:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=541elW1XOjc

AnitaNH said...

The colored lights reflected in the water look spectacular! Happy PFF!

Beth Niquette said...

What loving lighting. I would love to visit there someday! Happy PFF!

postcardparadise said...

Spectacular...I'd love to go there sometime.

MrCachet said...

I could have chosen Hong Kong for my R & R in 1970 - and didn't. It looks like I should have!

Sheila said...

They really are spectacular scenes. Lovely colours!