Peak by night – (photography by G.Renard) 

By night the city lights up like a metropolis from the future with skyscrapers competing for your attention…

 

 

Mount High West – (photography by G.Renard) 

The mountain has a height of 494 m. It is west of Victoria Peak, north of Pok Fu Lam and south of Lung Fu Shan.Queen Mary Hospital is at its west slope and Harlech Road passes its north slope. Hatton Road and Lugard Road end in the pass between High West and Victoria Peak. The mountain is located within Pok Fu Lam Country Park.

 

 

Date in kowloon city – (photography by G.Renard) 

Kowloon City is an area in Kowloon, Hong Kong. It is named after the Kowloon Walled City, and is administratively part of Kowloon City District.

 

 

 

Hong Kong, Wan chai – (photography by G.Renard) 

Wan Chai is one of the busiest commercial areas in Hong Kong with offices of many small and medium-sized companies. Wan Chai North features office towers, parks, hotels and an international conference and exhibition centre. As one of the first areas developed in Hong Kong, the locale is densely populated yet with noticeable residential zones facing urban decay.

 

 

 

Hong Kong city – (photography by G.Renard) 

Hong Kong features the most skyscrapers in the world, surrounding Victoria Harbour, which lies in the centre of the city’s dense urban region.

 

 

The Bird of Chengdu – (photography by G.Renard) 

Chengdu, formerly romanized as Chengtu, is a sub-provincial city which serves as the capital of China’s Sichuan province. It is one of the three most populous cities in Western China (the other two are Chongqing and Xi’an).

 

 

 

Mercedes-Benz W108 – (photography by G.Renard) 

Although many critics described the car as a “fintail without the fintails”, the vehicle was an amazing success. Mostly, due its simple and square contours, it is not remembered for its looks, though some argue that it was thanks to such design that the car has such a timeless charm, but instead it was very well known for its reliability and durability, as proof of excellent German engineering. Last, but not least, the car ended nearly a full decade of the Ponton family (1953–1962), thanks to which, Mercedes-Benz went from a ruined post-WWII marque to one of European and World leaders in automotive industry. It was succeeded by the W116, a car which brought a new household name for any car, the S-class.