But, as always, Mother Nature has its own way of displaying its sense of art when you least expect it. My patience was rewarded with an incredible view towards the town’s direction.
The unblocked view was irresistible. But the view 30 minutes later was phenomenal. With the golden sunset light shining and reflecting on those buildings, and the moon revealing itself earlier than expected, the whole scene is complete.
Carefully set things up and waiting for the time to come, I watched as crowds moved in and out of the Victoria Peak. There’s something very nostalgic about it when you have that peaceful faraway view of the horizon behind these people.
Moving on to our next location at Hong Kong, we camped at Central Admiralty for the Symphony of Light. While we were there, I saw this beautiful coastline across with the gentle sunset Color transiting from the right to the left. It would be such a waste not to capture this vast skyline!
Organised by the Hong Kong Tourism Board, the Symphony of Lights appears every night with a combination of music orchestra, lights, lasers and fireworks.
One of the most sensational experience I had was wandering around the streets of Hong Kong. This short clip follows through the footsteps of my wife, as we wandered along the harbor where tourists gathered to watch the Symphony of Light.
During my trip to Bangkok, I’ve spent some time recording clips that I hope to create a short preview of some of the interesting things I’ve seen in this popular tourist city in Asia. Combining with the timelapse effect, I brainstormed a little of what kind of videos I want to try doing and assembling them into these short clips. In this video, I captured some of the fun performances I saw when I was in Chatuchak, one of the most popular weekend market that every tourists and locals would go. These performances had liven up the entire marketplace to a whole new level, bringing music, laughter and delicious food to everyone.