The Fuji Building in the Wan Chai district of Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong. This building hosts quite a few of the "one-room brothels" that Hong Kong is (in?)famous for, and can be considered a stand-alone "Red-Light district" (although the lights the H.K. babes use are pink…) Taken by a Nikon D610 at ISO 400 with a Nikkor 35-135mm ƒ 3.5-4.5 AF lens. (at 35)
I;m not quite sure how the left side of that scaffolding is being held up, (I don’t see any visible support…), although it is possible it is being hung from the balcony above it. The scaffolding is bamboo, (probably Giant Timber Bamboo, Bambusa oldhamii…) as is typical for H.K.
The building is 22 stories tall, BTW – you get quite a work-out, even if you take the elevator to the top floor and walk down the internal stairs!
There’s no known (at least, to the poster…) link between this building and the Fujifilm Holdings Corporation, makers of fine cameras, film, and other photographic nick-nacks; or the Fujitsu Corporation…
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