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Color and Texture: A Vertical View of Hong Kong [PHOTOS]

Travel photographer Peter Stewart wanted to explore a different angle of Hong Kong. So he created “Stacked – Hong Kong,” a collection of long-exposure architectural photos that capture the vertical view of the city’s high-rise apartments. Stewart takes the unvaried high-rises and their repetitive exteriors and turns them into beautiful, colorful patterns.

Stewart told The Creators Project:

Hong Kong in particular is a concrete jungle, filled with seemingly hundreds of skyscrapers that make for an obvious subject for vertical photographs.

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