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HKFP Lens: Is this Hong Kong? Tai Ng captures the city’s astounding natural beauty

By Tai Ng

After purchasing a camera three years ago, Tai Ng experimented with photography in various locations while working in Hong Kong. He later developed an interest in natural scenery and began capturing dusk and dawn in any location he could find.
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Lei Yue Mun. Photo: Tai Ng.

Ng befriended other photographers on his journey and takes pictures with them on weekends. Ng said he uses photography to preserve his presence in places he visits.
lei yue mun, tai ng

Lei Yue Mun. Photo: Tai Ng.

Sai Tso Wan, Tai Ng.

Sai Tso Wan. Photo: Tai Ng.

Sai Tso Wan, Tai Ng.

Sai Tso Wan. Photo: Tai Ng.

Tai Mo Shan, tai ng

Tai Mo Shan. Photo: Tai Ng.

approach beach, tai ng

Approach Beach. Photo: Tai Ng.

braemar hill, tai ng

Braemar Hill. Photo: Tai Ng.

lei yue mun tai ng

Lei Yue Mun. Photo: Tai Ng.

tai o, tai ng

Tai O. Photo: Tai Ng.

Tai Mo Shan, tai ng

Tai Mo Shan. Photo: Tai Ng.

tsuen wan pier, tai ng

Tsuen Wan Pier. Photo: Tai Ng.

Lau Fau Shan, tai ng

Lau Fau Shan. Photo: Tai Ng.

Ma Tso Lung, Tai Ng.

Ma Tso Lung. Photo: Tai Ng.

Lion Rock, Tai Ng.

Lion Rock. Photo: Tai Ng.

Nam Sang Wai, tai ng

Nam Sang Wai. Photo: Tai Ng.

Nam Sang Wai, Tai Ng.

Nam Sang Wai. Photo: Tai Ng.

Po Toi O, Tai Ng

Po Toi O. Photo: Tai Ng.

Po Toi O, Tai Ng.

Po Toi O. Photo: Tai Ng.

Lau Fau Shan, Tai Ng.

Lau Fau Shan. Photo: Tai Ng.

Lantau Island, Tai Ng.

Lantau Island. Photo: Tai Ng.

Click to see more of Tai Ng’s work on Flickr.

HKFP Lens: Is this Hong Kong? Tai Ng captures the city's astounding natural beauty