Over the years, there have been certain Hong Kong landmarks that I find myself photographing over and over again, from different angles, under different weather conditions and at different times of the day. Among these is Devil's Peak, which may stand at only 222 meters in height but still can look a pretty formidable sight, guarding the eastern entrance into Lei Yue Mun, a short but important passage between Tseung Kwan O (AKA Junk Bay) and Victoria Harbour, and separating Hong Kong Island from the Kowloon Peninsula.
One reason why I enjoy taking photos of Devil's Peak is because of the "I've been up there" (and more than once, in fact!) factor. Another is that the sky above it and the waters around it can be so visually changeable.
For the most part, however, my shots of Devil's Peak are taking during the day -- and about the only reason why I took a dusk-time snap of it was to show the friend I was with the capabilities of my then new Sony Cybershot DSC HX-50V, in particular its 30X zoom, by first taking the second photo from the top of this entry for Sandi's and Gattina's Photo Hunts, then zooming in to take a shot of the small but bright round object in that photo and not only revealing it to be the moon but also being to show the dark craters on it! :)