So there you go, a behind-my-lens POV of the bustling city.
Queen's Road Central, Hong Kong 2014
Typical HK high-rise building; One of the many jewellery shops lining the streets
Stairs; More stairs
Pride in Rainbow campaign
I kept seeing these colourful rainbow motifs on the streets everywhere I went. And apparently, it's by the anonymous group Pride in Rainbow, as part of a message of tolerance for the city's LGBT community. Have a read more on that here.
I managed to spot another interesting project on the streets - yarn bombing. While walking around in search for cafes, I spotted this railing covered in yarn, which brought a smile to my face. I couldn't resist a shot of it cos it was too cute. So I tried googling about it and hey, it was knitted by a lady, Esther Poon, and here's the write-up I found on her work. I thought that it was a pretty cool thing to do, cos you know, when the weather is cold, metal railings tend to be cold to touch, and with the warm knitted cover, the railings will not be as cold to touch?