Well, I had an older thread here showing some Hong Kong Panoramas (over a year ago), but these skyline shots were all taken from the "usual location". This "usual location" is on the Kowloon side, called "Avenue of the Stars" and even features viewing terraces, it's located just east of the Tsim Sha Tsui Star Ferry Terminal.
Now, by just changing the point of view to Hong Kong side one gets completely different views - the shots below were all taken from the promenade around the HKCEC (Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre) in Wanchai:
Central's skyline during the "Symphony of Lights" show:
The "Double Skyline" (Hong Kong and Kowloon) during the "Symphony of Lights" show:
Kowloon skyline - rarely shot:
Kowloon skyline: Why does nobody shoot the skyline of Kowloon, especially at night? Apart from being far less impressive than the skyline of Hong Kong Island, these shots do face one difficulty: The rapidly changing and most of the time (99% of it actually) way too bright advertising banner of the Prudential Insurance atop of Star House.
Have been lucky here, only got the text...