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In his series ‘Urban Jungle’, photographer Andy Jeung shows us Hong Kong’s high-rise density through the eyes of a drone.
Hong Kong is home to seven million people living just over an area of 1036 square kilometres (or 6756 people per square kilometre), and has more buildings taller than 500 feet than any other city in the world.
That’s why seeing Hong Kong’s districts from up above is breathtaking. It’s packed, yet there’s a mesmerising feel to its architectural sprawl. It’s chaotic yet soothing, as its extreme topography rises and falls dramatically.
“I wanted to use a special angle to show how people can live in the world’s most densely populated city,” said Yeung, who spent two mont…