Infrared Hong Kong

“Infrared photography has the ability to show us what the eye cannot see, it’s the art of capturing invisible light.” Hong Kong-based designer Yiu Yu Hoi has done just that. I’d like to live in this ethereal cotton candy world.

(via MyModernMet)

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  1. Kaila wrote:

    WOW!
    Stunning photos!

    xo
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  2. Johanna wrote:

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  3. Absolutely stunning. I want to go there.

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  4. Amy wrote:

    Gorgeous, those trees look so fluffy! Never heard of infrared photography, it’s amazing what it can do!

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  5. Stunning!
    These images are incredible. The trees look like they are in some amazing soft dream!
    Fantastic.

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  6. I want to live there! Absolutely stunning.

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  7. Roseanne wrote:

    great photographer.love art.x

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  8. KIRA LILLY wrote:

    such amazing photos! truly beautiful

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  9. what pretty pictures. my favourite is the last – that’s one to save.

    Check out my new post on my trip to London and what I bought.
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  10. So stunning.

    Collections

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  11. Maya wrote:

    those are breathtaking!

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  12. stephanie wrote:

    wow, i wonder how that is done! love the idea and this is the first time i’m seeing HK this way 🙂

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  13. Jessica wrote:

    The trees just look amazing. I wish trees in my town could look like this at certain times during the year.

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  14. Krista wrote:

    nicely done! quite magical images..

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  15. Rose wrote:

    These are absolutely beautiful!!!!

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  16. Allie wrote:

    I’m from Japan, where everything is in bloom in from March to April. It’s just so gorgeous, but now that I live in Texas, it’s all just cactus here!

    Allie
    Thefashionroute.blogspot.com

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  17. Nicole wrote:

    i love infrared!!! I’m from hong kong 😛

    The photographer captured the light so well 😀 Looks gorgeous, btw LOVE your blog. Come stop by?

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  18. This is so pretty! xoxo
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  19. I just saved every picture from this post!
    They are so amazing!

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  20. laura wrote:

    sooo beautiful. i want to try that technique!

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  21. Great pics…Hong Kong is one of my favorite citys.

    XOXO from Munich

    La Vie Quotidienne

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  22. Fanja wrote:

    Wonderful! And a little bit nostalgic…
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  23. Ahhh! I can’t escape my Asian roots. These photos remind me of how beautiful Asia is. The trees look like fairy floss!
    Love, Anne (Adelaide, Aus)
    http://annesanchorage.blogspot.com/

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  24. Awon from hong kong wrote:

    Lovely photos but wanted to point out that Hong Kong is not in Japan as the tag would suggest.

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  25. Nikki wrote:

    i dont think i could love this anymore than i do

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  26. Makami wrote:

    Totally amazing! A dream!!

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  27. Jessie wrote:

    hong kong looks like such a cool and different city that I would love to visit. thank you for sharing these awesome photographs.
    xx, http://wordbyjessie.com/

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  28. chantal wrote:

    lovely pics! makes me wanna travel

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  29. Zane wrote:

    beautiful colors and gorgeous photos

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  30. Lauren wrote:

    i love your blog!

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  31. Amalissa wrote:

    You should do more articles about Hong Kong, I’d like to see more of my city from your point of view!

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  33. Milynn wrote:

    Oh it looks just like cotton candy! I’d love to learn to take photos as stunning as this!

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  34. absolutely amazing!

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  35. J Umm wrote:

    i used to live in HK and omg it is so rare that you would see a scene like this

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  36. I have been reading several of your articles and I thought I will leave a Short Reply: Thanks =)

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  37. mini wrote:

    Love Hong Kong, every time could find something new!

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