Downtown is a city of neon.
In Kowloon there is a late night fish market which has any type of seafood (or sea pet) you can think of.
Hong Kong is known as a shopper's paradise and you can find all kinds of trinkets in the city markets which stay open late into the night.
These first few shots are from Kowloon, where my hotel was located.
From Hong Kong Island where the ferry drops off its passengers.
Pollution is a constant menace and this is what the skyline looked like on most days when I was there.
From the Kowloon dock when I saw the sun break through the clouds.
From the Kowloon dock area.
A temple nested away in the city.
These photos are from the Tai O fishing village, a 40 minute boat ride from Hong Kong Island.
And finally, the waterfall at Bride's Pool.