There is a Hong Kong movie called City of Glass whose story takes place in London along with Hong Kong. A look at the photo at the top of this Photo Hunt entry, among other things, should leave one will little doubt that the film's title refers to the filmmakers' beloved home town rather than the British capital. For while I've spent many entries of this blog trying to show that Hong Kong isn't just filled with soaring concrete and glass super structures, it's also true enough that this East Asian territory possesses its share of such.
And so much so that it can feel too ordinary for the most part to take pictures of the admittedly beautiful skyline like that which can be viewed from the promenade near the Hong Kong Cultural Centre and Tsim Sha Tsui Star Ferry Pier on a clear (air) day. Instead, as can be seen by the two other photos in this entry, I often derive more fun and satisfaction these days from taking what I hope are interesting photos of reflections on the glass fronts and walls of buildings (be these prominent landmarks like the famous Bank of China Tower in Central or a neighborhood skyscraper!)... ;b