Hong Kong, for me, is an urban sketcher’s treasure trove. It’s intense urban density is squeezed between sea and mountains. Where centuries old traditional chinese shops sit next to 21st century skyscrapers it is a modern city in an ancient culture.
Chun Yeung Street is a daily street market with a tram running down the middle.
My wife’s ancestral village gate, now surrounded by the city sketched during an ancestor’s festival.
Lei Yue Mun, some of the freshest seafood dining in Hong Kong. It is a former fishing village with a view of Hong Kong Island across the harbour.
A shop on a slope with goods stacked to the ceiling.