Hong Kong – The Pearl of the Orient

The Pearl of the Orient – this nickname of Hong Kong is, perhaps, the best characteristic or definition for this Special Administrative Region of the People’s Republic of China. By the way, the name of the city, actually, means “fragrant harbor” in English. Today, Hong Kong is one the most densely populated areas in the entire world, and this place is really a pearl or even a precious pearl, which embodies the quintessence of the culture of the Orient, its people, traditions, arts, and legacy. If you have never been to Hong Kong, let us travel there, at least virtually by means of the Internet and the gallery of Hong Kong photographs, we are displaying today at Cruzine.

Hong Kong has much to offer to its visitor. Unfortunately, it is not yet possible to transmit the scents and fragrances over the Internet to recreate the true atmosphere of Hong Kong in full; so let us just enjoy the visual images of Hong Kong with its fantastic colors, powerful contrasts, and attractive forms. Being the hub of many transportation routes, Hong Kong also seems to be a place, which is located right on the intersection of different cultures, style, and even time epochs. The city harmoniously combines modern architecture with the traditional temples, and this creates a very special, unique, highly saturated, and diverse type of urban environment, known as Hong Kong.

Hong kong by Oleg Zanozin

Hong kong by Michael Jacobs

Luxury Hong Kong by Antoine Abramov

Hong Kong by Alena Medvedeva

Hong Kong by Mikhail Mashikhin

Hong Kong by Mikhail Mashikhin

Hong Kong by Lars R.

Hong Kong, 3 P.M. by Dmitry Guzeev

Hong Kong Streets by Vishal Soniji

Linksverkehr by Armin Goebel

Hong Kong at night by Mikhail Mashikhin

City by Yuriy I

Photo by Eitan Vaxman

Nanhai by elf punkt

Smoking Man by Peter Barwick

Des Voeux Road Central by drip

Chinese Opera in Hong Kong by Cliff MacArthur

China by Tom Blachford

Hong Kong – Urban Nightviews by Thomas Birke

Travel by Yannick Dixon

Places by Juan Camilo Rojas

LIGHT IN HONG KONG by Mike Chan

Hong Kong by Natalia Stahl

Hong Kong, China by Ivan Lo

HongKong, A visual story by Dennis ten Hove

Hong Kong’s Photos by Mikhail Boltenkov

Living Condensed – Photography by Pariya Thamnusarn

Hong Kong 2009 :: Central by Dan Lai

Hong Kong by Peter Hamza

Hong Kong Photography by Stephen McIntyre

Hong Kong – Ghost Bus by Marcin Stawiarz

City of Shadows: Hong Kong III by Marcin Stawiarz

City of Shadows: Hong Kong by Marcin Stawiarz

Hong Kong Sky by Charles Gaisano

APH: Hong Kong and China by MaskedPhantom

Hong Kong by hushus

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With 30 years of life experience behind my shoulders, today I find myself focused mainly around two core values: my family (I am a happy husband and a proud father) and IT in its broadest meaning, including but not limited to hardware and software techniques and innovations. My special interest and true passion is photography. Here I am ready to put my signature under each word, once said by Dorothea Lange: “The camera is an instrument that teaches people how to see without a camera.” Being a part of Cruzine team, I enjoy instant process of learning as well as sharing my own experience in photography and IT with the readers of this digital magazine.