The other day I was on the way to visit my friend in Tin Hau. I took the tram and got off in front of the Central Library and then just walked from there for 5-7 minutes. It was a rainy day (last week it kept raining and raining) and I had my camera with me, so I decided to take some pictures. I started at the tram stop and just took a picture of the buildings next to Victoria Park…
… before bending down and taking a picture of the puddle on the street, which reflects the lights next to it.
Then I crossed the street, walked up the steps and reached the first fountain in front of the Central Library. It is a little hidden, in dense vegetation, but I walked closely to it and turned up the ISO so that I could take a picture in the twilight.
After that, I walked up the stairs to the other fountain, which shows the world globe. It was too cheesy to take a picture, so I just moved on. I turned to the right and from there I could see another one of the huge buildings. There are so many tall buildings in Hong Kong, but it always fascinates me how many people live in one building. Just look at the number of windows and flats, is it not incredible?
It kept raining, so I packed my camera away – but not before taking one final shot: