When I first moved to Hong Kong, I was overwhelmed. By the culture shock, by the crammed streets, by the language foreign to my ears, and by the vast, towering skyscrapers dominating the skyline. Honestly, I thought most of them were pretty ugly. I grew up in the country, and although I was never the outdoorsy type, and have adapted pretty well to city life, I still much prefer to see open landscapes and natural scenery out my windows. However, after about 9 months now, I’ve gotten used to Hong Kong’s city scenery (there’s plenty of nature here too though!), and have begun to find some beauty in it. When you start to look at the skyscrapers, the Central ones in particular, you can see all their unique architecture, with an array of different designs on display. And they are never more spectacular at night, when they light up the harbour-front, creating an almost magical effect, of colour and light and design. Usually, when I’m in Central at night, I don’t have my good camera with me, so I made a point of going with it last week, to spend a couple of hours slowly walking from Wan Chai to Central, going up and down various streets, to capture the city at night.