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This was taken this morning @ 6:34 a.m.

The lighting was pretty poor (dull, overcast) for the previous 30 minutes and then suddenly the thick clouds started to break up into large fragments, allowing light to shine through and lit up certain parts of this concrete jungle.

4 titans:
This picture also features the four most famous and tallest skyscrapers in Hong Kong. The Hopewell centre (left, circular concrete building) was the tallest structure in Asia few decades ago. Then came the Bank of China tower of the 1980s. (triangular, sword-like structure). But in the early 90s, another taller building was erected, the Central Plaza in Wan Chai (far right). Now, the tallest building is the I.F.C. 1, which is positioned left to the Central Plaza building.

Any comments more than welcome :)

Tech: Levels adjusted, cropped.

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Additional Photos by Cheuk Hin Tsang (tcht) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1198 W: 65 N: 1267] (7565)
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