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Airplane photography in Star Ferry Terminal

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    Airplane photography in Star Ferry Terminal

    I used to live in Hong Kong, and I am wondering if anyone can get me the name of the photographer or gallery that sells the pictures of the old planes coming in against an urban backdrop. I know there used to be a small shop in the Star Ferry station that had them on display.

    I have since moved, but my husband always loved those photographs and I would love to see if I could get one for him for his birthday. Thank you!

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    The Star Ferry terminal on the HK side moved. What side are you referring to?


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    Contact the Laurence Lai Gallery 2367 7810. The Gallery is located on the Tsim Sha Tsui side of the Star Ferry Pier. Check the web link below , you may order online.

    Shop KP41, Star Ferry Pier, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon
    Opening Hours Daily: 11am - 9pm
    Telephone No. 2367 7810
    Website http://www.laurencelaigallery.com


    kai tak airport photos ;
    http://www.laurencelaigallery.com/ga...mallclassid=49

    Last edited by WalkAbout; 21-08-2010 at 06:05 AM.
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    I saw heaps of them in a shop up at The Peak. Not the building where the tram stop is but the one behind it.. From memory on the ground floor close to the escalator, or may 1st floor


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    Thanks for the info walkabout. I have been looking sor some old pics of HK and will stop by this weekend.


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    Or you could contact the photographer (not Laurence Lai) directly... would you like a PM?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Wangavegas gal
    I saw heaps of them in a shop up at The Peak. Not the building where the tram stop is but the one behind it.. From memory on the ground floor close to the escalator, or may 1st floor
    That's also a Laurence Lai gallery - bigger than the one at the Star Ferry.

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    Smile Thank you!

    Thanks to all who responded! This website was just what I was looking for!