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HKFP Lens: Rudmer Hoekstra roams Hong Kong in a new dynamic, urban photography series

Dutch photographer Rudmer Hoekstra has shared his Hong Kong cityscape series with HKFP.
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‘Moving through town,’ Tai O, Lantau Iisland, Hong Kong. Photo: Rudmer Hoekstra.

The series was shot in Hong Kong in August and contrasts the bustling metropolitan buzz of Mong Kok with rural life of Tai O.
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‘Old lady in ray of light,’ Tai O, Lantau Island, Hong Kong. Photo: Rudmer Hoekstra.

Hoekstra moved to Hong Kong about 12 years ago from the Netherlands and has been photographing Asia for the past nine years.
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‘Sorting fish,’ Tai O, Lantau Island, Hong Kong. Photo: Rudmer Hoekstra.

View previous HKFP Lens pieces on Hoekstra’s work, including his Tibetan-Sichuan and his neon series.
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Photo: Rudmer Hoekstra.

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‘Square in the middle of Hong Kong apartment blocks’ (left), ‘Sai Yeung Choi South Street Busy’ (right), Mong Kok, Hong Kong. Photo: Rudmer Hoekstra.

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‘Jordan night’ (left), ‘Hike and streets’ (right), Hong Kong. Photo: Rudmer Hoekstra.

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Shek Kip Mei public housing, Garden Hill, Sham Shui Po, Hong Kong. Photo: Rudmer Hoekstra.

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Sham Shui Po, Garden Hill, Hong Kong. Photo: Rudmer Hoekstra.

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‘Full moon behind skyscraper’ (left), ‘Traffic through Admiralty’ (right), Hong Kong. Photo: Rudmer Hoekstra.

Rudmer Hoekstra

Photo: Rudmer Hoekstra.

Rudmer Hoekstra

Photo: Rudmer Hoekstra.

Rudmer Hoekstra

Photo: Rudmer Hoekstra.

Visit Hoekstra’s website here. Follow him on Facebook here, and on Instagram here.

HKFP Lens: Rudmer Hoekstra roams Hong Kong in a new dynamic, urban photography series