3Novices:How an amateur Hong Kong photographer wowed editors at National Geographic

On a chilly Valentine's Day morning last year, graphic designer Edward Tin Chun-fook studied the weather forecast in great detail before lugging his camera up the 1,100-foot-Tsing Yi Peak in pursuit of sea fog.
The 56-year-old part-time photographer was not disappointed – the Stonecutters Bridge stretched out before his eyes, hugged by a string of barges anchored in the early spring mist.
Tin swiftly captured the moment in a picture he named “The Fog and Mist in Hong Kong…
June 15, 2017 at 07:32AM
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