Dreaming Double

By: Gustav Hoiland

Nov 29 2011

Category: architecture, china

1 Comment

Focal Length:26mm
Shutter:1/0 sec
Camera:NIKON D80

From the Hilltops

There’s a path that runs from the sea’s edge to this very vantage point, doable at a casual pace in about two hours if I remember correctly. Of course it starts out on sidewalks, weaves through commercial districts, winds up ever steeper slopes dotted with skinny condo towers, and then finally a heck of incline through dense forest. And then you turn around and voila! There’s Hong Kong Island.

And now the question of how to line something up that will warrant the purchase of a one way ticket, likely via plane this time (Hong Kong was the first solid ground I stepped onto after a 21 day trip from Los Angeles via container ship). Entry level business position? Incredible photo portfolio primed for immediate commercial application? …MFA at SCAD’s HK campus?

The holidays, four final months of school, a month in Cuba, then… the world.

One comment on “Dreaming Double”

  1. A mind-boggling photo, at least to my simple mind.

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