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A black and white photograph depicting a part of bridges from a look up angle by Guillaume HOW CHOONG
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Look Up

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A selection of photographs in the simplest colors, of stark contrasts, dark shades and luminous textures, in which sometimes tiny dwellers can be found roaming.

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Burning Forest

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It is these seemingly nameless and trivial constructions and their visual quality that I wanted to honor in this series of photographs. We hope this series gives you a different way to appreciate them.

A photograph of a beautiful sunset scene with clouds in a rocky coast taken in Hong Kong, by photographer Kilias Hung
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Fantasy Dawn, Hong Kong

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A travel writer and photographer from Hong Kong, who loves to take photographs as chronicle of his journeys and records the memorable life moments in the form of vision.

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Perspective

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During travels, Ken captures the light and shadow of the sceneries he sees through his lens and paraphrases them with his own poems to create unique photographic artworks.

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Way of Life

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During travels, Ken captures the light and shadow of the sceneries he sees through his lens and paraphrases them with his own poems to create unique photographic artworks.

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Floating Castle

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During travels, Ken captures the light and shadow of the sceneries he sees through his lens and paraphrases them with his own poems to create unique photographic artworks.

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While the neon signs’ apogee is now behind our time, the remaining ones still provide this soft, pillowy glow that is now making plenty nostalgic.

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Warmth

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It is these seemingly nameless and trivial constructions and their visual quality that I wanted to honor in this series of photographs. We hope this series gives you a different way to appreciate them.

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Elegant Nightfall, Hong Kong

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A travel writer and photographer from Hong Kong, who loves to take photographs as chronicle of his journeys and records the memorable life moments in the form of vision.

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City Puzzle – Pacific Place

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Initiated in 2009, the Legography project was triggered by an occasion when Ric’s wife found a box of Lego blocks from her childhood. It was Ric’s first encounter with Lego when his wife handed these tiny blocks to him and an idea flashed at the time he picked up the small lego doll, “I can see the world from the perspective of these tiny blocks and add them to my daily photography work to create interesting pieces”. After that day, I have started to use Lego for creation.

Lego is a universal language. People of different nationalities, races, skin colors, languages, and ages, are familiar with these tiny blocks. Ric want to use it and blend it with Hong Kong’s scenery and local cultural stuffs to let the world know more about Hong Kong.

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City Legography – Batman

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Initiated in 2009, the Legography project was triggered by an occasion when Ric’s wife found a box of Lego blocks from her childhood. It was Ric’s first encounter with Lego when his wife handed these tiny blocks to him and an idea flashed at the time he picked up the small lego doll, “I can see the world from the perspective of these tiny blocks and add them to my daily photography work to create interesting pieces”. After that day, I have started to use Lego for creation.

Lego is a universal language. People of different nationalities, races, skin colors, languages, and ages, are familiar with these tiny blocks. Ric want to use it and blend it with Hong Kong’s scenery and local cultural stuffs to let the world know more about Hong Kong.

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Food Legography – Siu Mai

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Initiated in 2009, the Legography project was triggered by an occasion when Ric’s wife found a box of Lego blocks from her childhood. It was Ric’s first encounter with Lego when his wife handed these tiny blocks to him and an idea flashed at the time he picked up the small lego doll, “I can see the world from the perspective of these tiny blocks and add them to my daily photography work to create interesting pieces”. After that day, I have started to use Lego for creation.

Lego is a universal language. People of different nationalities, races, skin colors, languages, and ages, are familiar with these tiny blocks. Ric want to use it and blend it with Hong Kong’s scenery and local cultural stuffs to let the world know more about Hong Kong.