You're too kind with your words. Thank you.
I doubt there would be money to make of this image. There are many like this avaliable in HongKong as postcards or posters. And as I said, there are so many people there with cameras snapping away; sure, any camera from smartphones on to Canons, Nikons, Sonys, a whole smorgasbord of camera brands, and a complete range of lenses, too. I can't imagine the number of pictures taken nightly of the scene. The harbour is lit up every night like this. On special occasions, like Christmas, New Year, Chinese New Year etc., there are even laser shows emanating from those buildings. It would make even better a panorama! Do I sound like a tour guide? You should visit that place.
As for the pano, I think I used 8-10 images to construct that. When I took the series of images, I overlapped them by at least 40% per image, so I had use this many photos.
Thank for the good words.
My pano is attached.Lion rock, you rock! Lovely! What is the dimension of the panorama? I am sure you could sell it for serious money...
Taken with 5D3, 24-70mm f/2.8 IS on tripod and assembled with CS5 to become a pano. Hope you like.