Sitting idle on the waters of Victoria Harbour in Hong Kong helped me 'paint' with the bright lights that emanated from buildings across the harbour. (The British spelling of harbor seems applicable when discussing a former British territory.) This image was captured before the light-show, A Symphony of Lights, started. Relatively few vessels ventured the harbour this night and provided ample time for me to 'paint' on the watery 'canvas'.
It is easy to get locked into photographing architecture and street scenes when in Asia, so it was pleasing to break free from the norm and try a new technique with my Canon S90.
March 11, 2010
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