Hong Kong has been the absolutely lavished with love by photographers lately—from this series of drone photos by lensman Andy Yeung of the city by day and by night, to this collection of shots by fine art photographer Romain Jacquet-Legrèze, who left his native France for Hong Kong and has taken the city as his muse.
Called "The Blue Moment," this series of snapshots documents the time between the golden hour and the black of night, centering on the period of the evening when the city's lights flicker on in high-rise residential towers and office buildings, and in ships in the harbor. You can see more of Jacquet-Lagrèze's work on his website.
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