Aerial view of Hong Kong show the city’s senseless urban planning

Andy Yeung is a photographer from Hong Kong, he knows no-one else to capture the overpopulated city state on the sensitive plate. In his latest photo series, he used a drone, and that might create even more spectacular images. He has a bird’s-eye architecture pictures of Kowloon Walled City. The Kowloon Walled City was once the most crowded place in the world – a badly known area for the crimes and drug trafficking of every corner, surrounded by thousands of poorly sheltered houses glued to one another without access to open air and water.

Aerial view of Hong Kong show the city's senseless urban planning

This neighborhood was once the most densely populated place on earth, where hundreds of homes were stacked together – usually without fresh air. The infamous city was demolished happy in the 90s, but parts of it are still standing as indestructible towers. “Walled City | 圍城 ‘Yeung thus shows a whole new perspective on the area. One of the most unpleasant places on earth from above a scene very aesthetically. Credits photos: Andy Yeung

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