An aluminum can compaction shop in Hong Kong nestled among other trades in the city. Compacted aluminum blocks lie on the sidewalk ready to be shipped to the recycling plants.
Residents of Wing Lee Street used the end wall of their vacated apartment to raise issues about their relocation.
A floral shop owner resourcefully borrowed the neighboring steel scaffolding to extend the display of plants. The presence of potted plants also helped to relieve the harshness of the streetscape.
A group of couriers in Hong Kong temporarily taking over part of an empty street to unload, sort and deliver the parcels. The trees along the sidewalk are used as markers for the parcels grouped according to the buildings they are to be delivered. The process is well orchestrated and everyone seems to know the drill. Once the parcels are delivered, the empty street is returned to its original state, without a trace of what has happened.