Windy at the Peak

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Feeling extra touristy, we took a spontaneous trip up Victoria Peak- the highest overlooking view of Hong Kong. After a taxi ride, a train ride, and a multitude of escalators we finally made it to the top. And it was freaking windy! Word to the wise: a dress is not the kind of outfit you want to plan on a trip to the Peak. Unless you want several Marilyn-esque close calls with a bunch of total strangers. Stand to close to the edge and this happens

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But the view was well worth the chill.

Victoria Peak

Victoria Peak

Victoria Peak

Jack

 

HK: Landing

Day zero – the landing. Flying over long stretches on nothing but blue skies and blue waters can be strangely calming. Here’s to three hours of chatting and enjoying the view. Some tips if you plan on shooting from a plane window:

  1. Don’t lean against the window. The vibrations will make focusing a nightmare.
  2. Focus manually.

These were all shot by Kryz, I just edited them in post but they were pretty amazing to start with. I tell you that girl has got a gift. ;)

Up in the Air
Up in the Air
Up in the Air
The View from Up Top
The View from Up Top
The View from Up Top
Islands Below
Islands Below
The View from Up Top

These shots of the fog and the mountains have got to be my favorites.

Mountains in the Fog
Mountains in the Fog

Finally, we arrived at Hong Kong International Airport. And the adventure begins!

HKIA
HKIA

Jack