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October 6, 2015 AT 1:00 pm

Mesmerizing Skyscrapers In Hong Kong By Peter Stewart #ArtTuesday

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In the series ‘Stacked‘, Australian travel and fine art photographer Peter Stewart captures mesmerizing images of skyscrapers in one of the most densely populated places in the world – Hong Kong. Shooting from various levels, Stewart reveals hypnotizing perspectives as well as ornate architectural patterns. In a statement about his work, Stewart says, “I lust for capturing bustling cityscapes and dynamic landscapes wherever my passport will take me, but I also have a growing passion for street portraiture and documentary photography of the sights that go otherwise unseen.”

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