1. ukaskew

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    A week of contrast for my first time heading east (and I went alone, which was one hell of an experience!), 3 days of trail walking and then a couple of days of touristy/city stuff.

    64 miles walked, day one was a beautiful 10 mile walk from Tung Chung to Tai O fishing village, hugging the coast line but through the forest, I did not see a single person the whole way, pretty amazing experience. Day 2 was the Dragon's Back trail, day 3 was a really tough 5 mile loop on the gorgeous Lamma Island where again I didn't see anyone the whole time.


    1. Early morning at Victoria Peak

    [​IMG]Hong Kong by Chris Harrison, on Flickr


    2. Sunset from Ocean Terminal

    [​IMG]Hong Kong by Chris Harrison, on Flickr

    3. Kowloon at night

    [​IMG]Hong Kong by Chris Harrison, on Flickr

    4. View from Dragon's Back

    [​IMG]Hong Kong by Chris Harrison, on Flickr

    5. Lantau Island

    [​IMG]Hong Kong by Chris Harrison, on Flickr

    6. Tai O

    [​IMG]Hong Kong by Chris Harrison, on Flickr
     
    Last edited: Dec 6, 2018 at 10:07 AM
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    One and three for me is the complete picture. I like it a lot.

    2 needs a bit more room below the boat and a bit less above it

    Four has an awful branch in the way. Five I would have got to the shores edge - the foreground isn't working but these reflections look good.

    6 needs a hair off the top losing all the sky.
     
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    They all look very good but the one that stands out to me is number 5, if that was a twilight / night shot that would have looked amazing.
     
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    Great set. What a fantastic experience (y)
     
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    well done! Cheers
     
  8. ukaskew

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    Thanks all, comments taken on board. With hindsight renting a 24-105mm f4 would have made life a lot easier on a predominantly hiking holiday rather than my Sigma 35 and 85 Arts, bit lighter too!
     

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