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The topography of Victoria Peak, etched into a roll of duct tape

February 16, 2018 1 min read

The topography of Victoria Peak, etched into a roll of duct tape

Victoria Peak (Hong Kong), scratched into a move of duct tape.The craftsman behind this astonishing work is Takahiro Iwasaki.

Victoria Peak (Chinese: 太平山) is a mountain in the western portion of Hong Kong. It is sometimes referred to as Mount Austin, and locally known as "The Peak". With a rise of 552 m (1,811 ft), it is the most elevated point on Hong Kong island. The summit is occupied by a radio media communications office and is "out of bounds" to people in general. Be that as it may, the encompassing region of open parks and high-esteem private land is the zone that is regularly implied by the name The Peak. It is a noteworthy vacation spot that offers amazing views of Central, Victoria Harbor, Lamma Island, and the surrounding islands.

 

Topograhic map etched into a roll of duck tape



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