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Blend of Time
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Fragrant Harbour - Victoria Harbour Hong Kong
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Hong Kong is a city of contrasts and nothing can be more of a contrast from the built up urban side to the natural side.  Sometimes the two side collide and other times they are compatible neighbours.  I’ll be working on a few projects in regards to helping people discover more of this side.

As much of Hong Kong’s terrain is hilly to mountainous with steep slopes, less than 25% of the territory’s landmass is developed, and about 40% of the remaining land area is reserved as country parks, water works around reservoirs and nature reserves.  The highest elevation in the territory is at Tai Mo Shan, 957 metres (3,140 ft) above sea level.  Tai Mo Shan is fairly popular as one can drive near to the peak.  Other peaks like Kowloon Peak or Tsing Yi are far more remote and less frequently visited for that reason.  Hong Kong’s long and irregular coast provides it with many bays, rivers and beaches.  On 18 September 2011, UNESCO listed the Hong Kong National Geopark as part of its Global Geoparks Network. Hong Kong Geopark is made up of eight Geo-Areas distributed across the Sai Kung Volcanic Rock Region and Northeast New Territories Sedimentary Rock Regio. LapseOfTimeHK images are all unique and once the image has been sold at a set size above 20″ in one dimension it will be unavailable in that size. The original will either go back for reprocessing or will go into the vaults.  If you purchase an image fitting that and you see the image for sale I will refund you the purchase price plus shipping.  Prints are available in Lambada on normal paper and metallic paper.  Fine Art paper using newest Inkjet technologies and finest local labs. Images can also be printed on canvas.  For businesses we also offer the service where you can rent and image over a period of time to keep your office image current.  More details

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