These amazing photographs of buildings in Hong Kong transform what is actually a concrete jungle into scenes of immense beauty. The optical illusions taken by landscape photographer Peter Stewart, show the city in a totally different, colorful light, despite it being one of the most overcrowded cities in the world. Look from a distance and some of the photographs might be mistaken for legos, or milk crates stacked upon one another, but look up close and you will find that actually the photos show bright fascias on tower blocks. [10 photos total]

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Looking up inside the block of apartments. (Peter Stewart/Caters News) #
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Colorful block of apartments in Hong Kong at night. (Peter Stewart/Caters News) #
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Spiral inner block of apartments in Hong Kong. (Peter Stewart/Caters News) #
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Colorful block of apartments in Hong Kong at night. (Peter Stewart/Caters News) #
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Colorful block of apartments in Hong Kong. (Peter Stewart/Caters News) #
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Colorful block of apartments in Hong Kong. (Peter Stewart/Caters News) #
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Colorful block of apartments in Hong Kong at night. (Peter Stewart/Caters News) #
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Colorful block of apartments in Hong Kong. (Peter Stewart/Caters News) #
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Colorful block of apartments in Hong Kong. (Peter Stewart/Caters News) #
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Looking up inside the block of apartments. (Peter Stewart/Caters News) #

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