Five Photos From… Hong Kong – In Selective Colour

So by now you may have gathered that I have a bit of a thing for selective colour photography…

And with nearly 2000 photos taken during my week of Hong Kong fun – okay that includes Macau too – there had to be some decent examples in there! At least I hoped so…

Thankfully with the deluge of colourful signage and religious artefacts on show throughout the territory I managed to rustle up enough examples to pick from. Here’s five of my Hong Kong selections…

Lanterns at Wong Tai Sin Temple

Lanterns at Wong Tai Sin Temple

Tourist & sites of interest signage in Sheung Wan

Tourist & sites of interest signage in Sheung Wan

Car & graffiti in a narrow Sheung Wan alley

Car & graffiti in a narrow Sheung Wan alley

Chi Lin Nunnery

Chi Lin Nunnery

Hong Kong Island taxi in Stanley

Hong Kong Island taxi in Stanley

All photos are copyright of Carl Forbes 2012, 2013.

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