Dutch photographer Rudmer Hoekstra has shared his Hong Kong cityscape series with HKFP.
‘Moving through town,’ Tai O, Lantau Iisland, Hong Kong. Photo: Rudmer Hoekstra.
The series was shot in Hong Kong in August and contrasts the bustling metropolitan buzz of Mong Kok with rural life of Tai O.
‘Old lady in ray of light,’ Tai O, Lantau Island, Hong Kong. Photo: Rudmer Hoekstra.
Hoekstra moved to Hong Kong about 12 years ago from the Netherlands and has been photographing Asia for the past nine years.
‘Sorting fish,’ Tai O, Lantau Island, Hong Kong. Photo: Rudmer Hoekstra.
View previous HKFP Lens pieces on Hoekstra’s work, including his Tibetan-Sichuan and his neon series.
Photo: Rudmer Hoekstra.
‘Square in the middle of Hong Kong apartment blocks’ (left), ‘Sai Yeung Choi South Street Busy’ (right), Mong Kok, Hong Kong. Photo: Rudmer Hoekstra.
‘Jordan night’ (left), ‘Hike and streets’ (right), Hong Kong. Photo: Rudmer Hoekstra.
Shek Kip Mei public housing, Garden Hill, Sham Shui Po, Hong Kong. Photo: Rudmer Hoekstra.
Sham Shui Po, Garden Hill, Hong Kong. Photo: Rudmer Hoekstra.
‘Full moon behind skyscraper’ (left), ‘Traffic through Admiralty’ (right), Hong Kong. Photo: Rudmer Hoekstra.
Photo: Rudmer Hoekstra.
Photo: Rudmer Hoekstra.
Photo: Rudmer Hoekstra.
Visit Hoekstra’s website here. Follow him on Facebook here, and on Instagram here.

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