2010-02-08 – Hong Kong Splitting Clouds – Fog
Hong Kong Splitting Clouds – Fog
Capturing the essence of Hong Kong is something that drives me and getting images that show Hong Kong skyline like no other. On average the months of January, February, March and April have one and a half days of fog on average. This is caused by very high humidity creating water droplets in the air. On days like the one of the photo this causes a band of cloud splitting the skyline. It’s something that can go as fast as they come and highly unpredictable. The fog in Hong Kong usually occurs in the morning or later in the evening but as I said one never knows exactly what it’s going to do but it sure can show us how amazingly beautiful natural weather events can.
Hong Kong is the world capital of skyscrapers with the latest number being far greater than the next city. There are 7,792 (2015) high-rise buildings, with no fewer than 1,268 skyscrapers (2015) standing taller than 100 m (328 ft) and at least 308 buildings over 150 m (492 ft) in height. One can easily lose count trying to count the cranes adding to the totals. For a look back at the history of this skyline one can read more here.
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