Growing Old in Style – A Symphony of Lights
- 40.. wait? You’re 40???
- Off to Heathrow with National Express
- Heathrow Airport Terminal 5 and British Airways Galleries First
- BA936 London Heathrow to Düsseldorf in Club Europe
- Düsseldorf airport and the most boring lounge… in the world (Lufthansa Business Lounge)
- CX376 Düsseldorf Airport to Hong Kong International Airport in Business Class
- Hong Kong International Airport and CX The Arrival
- To Hong Kong aboard the Airport Express
- Over to Kowloon on the Star Ferry
- Exploring Kowloon
- Holiday Inn Express, Sheung Wan
- The Peak during the Evening and Night
- Riding the Ding Dings and Causeway Bay Presents “The Force Awakens”
- Mong Konk Ladies Market – or the “Hard art of haggling”
- A Symphony of Lights (Pictorial)
- Temple Street Market or “Haggle more”
- Back to Hong Kong International Airport
- The Pier First Class Lounge
- CX253 Hong Kong International Airport to London Heathrow
- The Great Rush Home
- 40 up
No trip for me is complete without spending time in Kowloon in the night – this for me means visiting Tsim Sha Tsui to watch a Symphony of Lights, and then heading off to Temple Street Night Market.
I arrived just before the show was about to begin – meaning that all of the seating spots had been taken, and standing spots were 2-3 deep already.
I therefore tried to video it… and promptly failed after people kept on getting in the way of the camera (besides – so you know how heavy a Canon 6D is with a 24-105 mounted on it?)
Giving up with that bright idea, I decided to watch he show instead … And shoot some pictures instead.
No sharks with frickin’ laserbeams though.
Once the show is over, the crowd begins to dissipate, allowing you to get some nice shots of Hong Kong Island at night.
If you’ve been to Hong Kong many times, you’ll probably be rather sick of seeing this display nightly, but I like it, – the lights, lasers and Hong Kong doing what it does best… showing itself off.
Next: Lets do some haggling at Temple Street Night Market.
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