Hong Kong has inspired so many iconic images of urban density shot from the ground or horizontally across buildings, but seeing it from above via drone footage gives the city an entirely fresh dimension.
In this series of vertigo-inducing snapshots, photographer and unmanned aerial vehicle pilot Andy Yeung captures both the chaos and order, colorfulness and monotony, of one of the world’s most stunning urban centers.
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