Photographs Reveal Hidden Symmetry in Hong Kong’s High Rise Buildings

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Photographer Peter Stewart has found a new way of looking at Hong Kong’s busy high rise buildings that reveals a hidden symmetry which otherwise goes unnoticed, all by looking up, or down in some cases.

The photo series titled “Stacked – Hong Kong” explores some of the cities most densely populated areas.

The way in which Stewart photographs these busy and complicated buildings by capturing their symmetry actually gives them a sense of peace and tranquility. For more photographs make sure to visit his website and Facebook page.

Photographs Reveal Hidden Symmetry in Hong Kong’s High Rise Buildings

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