The fourth set of photos from the 2012 Asian whirlwind tour comes from our favorite hub, Hong Kong. We decided to not make Hong Kong a true destination on this trip, but as our flights would be routed through the city we purposely made our layovers a little longer to take advantage of our time there. We were in Hong Kong on three separate stops, but only a total of about 48 hours all together. We did a surprising amount in that time! We visited Victoria Peak, had dim sum at Lung King Heen, enjoyed xiao long bao at Din Tai Fung (twice!), took a ferry ride to Central, and tried one Michelin-star noodle soup at Ho Hung Kee. We even scheduled time to go back to the Intercontinental to have another cup of the Kopi Luwak coffee I tried during our first visit to the city, but sadly, their lounge was closed for renovations. Oh well, now we have an excuse to go back!
Given our limited timeframe, I couldn’t always dictate what the light would be like during our planned activities. For example, I would’ve preferred to visit the Peak at night and spend more time shooting around the city at dusk or dawn. However, I tried to make the most out of what I was given, and I at least managed to take the ferry ride right during sunset.