A Time-Lapse Video Captures a Sea of Clouds Rolling Through Hong Kong

Screen capture from Wandering Photography's Beautiful Sea of Clouds.

Screen capture from Wandering Photography's Beautiful Sea of Clouds.

When you think about Hong Kong, you probably imagine a busy, packed metropolis, home to international business and high-end shopping. Though the city pulls in a large number of tourists, most of them don't come to spend time discovering the wonder of its landscape. Even the majority of local residents are unaware of their home's natural beauty.

Wandering Photography, a trio team of photographers, have devoted themselves to promoting this less-well-known side of Hong Kong through photos and time-lapse videos. Their most recent production is a time-lapse video showing a sea of clouds from six different locations in Hong Kong, including Tung Shan, Tai To Yan, Dong Yeung Shan, Victoria Peak, Lugard Road, and Tai Mo Shan:

The photographers have a Facebook page, where they share their works with the public. By presenting the beauty of the city, they hope that local Hong Kong people will treasure their own land:


The small city is surrounded with skyscrapers that look like cement forest. The population density is so high. But if you take the time to discover the city, the beautiful natural landscape is so near. Wandering Photography sincerely shares with you the local natural landscape [that is captured in our photos]. We can see a beautiful sunrise here, no less beauty than the sunrise in a foreign landscape. We also have starry night, silvery galaxy and surging sea of clouds.

More time-lapse videos can be found in Wandering Photography's YouTube channel.


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