For the past couple of weeks I've been going through my photo archives migrating everything onto a new hard drive: 2 TB of RAW madness. I've noticed a lot of photos that I have never shared or never retouched. As it always happens I just uploaded them to a library and forgot about them. Usually I upload everything to an external hard drive and then pull images to Lightroom, that I only use as a library for all my photographs, but rarely use it to retouch images. After all the images are there, I quickly go through and mark them: 1 star for those photos that "I want to delete", 3 starts for images "if I have time I would do something", 4 stars are "probably yes" and then 5 stars are "must to retouch"
One of the folders had over 300 photos from Hong Kong. I retouched and shared only 10 pictures form the trip 3 years ago, but somehow forgot about the rest images marked with stars.
I visited Hong Kong in 2010 for couple a of days and was extremely impressed with the city. It was unbelievable. But I think one of the main reasons for that was it was my first trip to Asia (except multiple visits to India prior to that). A true "concrete jungle". So here are some of the photos from that trip and most of them here I just retouched this weekend.
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