March 3rd 2014
Hong Kong has proven to be the perfect muse for photographers around the world. We've stumbled across the work of Gabor Erdelyi
from Hungary, and his photographic project Urban Lines
, showcasing the diverse architecture of our city from his last visit in 2010.
"I love the regularity of the skyscrapers and the modern buildings. From a distance it looks like a futuristic city," Gabor told Localiiz. "I love the small details, the old shops, the restaurants, the gardens and a lot of water as well. This is a city where the old days meets the future."
Here are some photographs from his collection:
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