Hong Kong abounds with magnificent and imaginative high rise buildings, all seeming to outdo each other for originality of design, height, functionality etc. The Bank of China, designed by IM Pei, is perhaps one of the most striking, majestically dominating the skyline like a shard of crystal reaching for the sky. Even though these days there are many that rise higher, there’s nothing that quite matches those sharp angles.
Canon 40D with a 10-22 EFS lens at 10mm; ISO 400 f9 1/1250.
Uploaded 15 April 2009
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