Oct 05, 2017 – WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge: Pedestrian

October 5, 2017 § 2 Comments

Hong Kong, China, taken on December 30, 2016

Hong Kong, a place that never sleeps, is an extremely fast-paced society and an amazing place to observe the coming and going of people. One night I was travelling in the front row on the upper deck of a “ding ding” tram on Hong Kong Island. Here, at one point, the tram stopped to let the pedestrians cross the road.

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Mar 01, 2017 – Shek O

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Hong Kong, China, taken on January 1, 2017

Catching a well-timed (almost) sunset at Shek O on Hong Kong Island on the first day of 2017!

Jan 16, 2017 – [Monday] Anything Goes: Seagull in Kunming

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Kunming, China, taken on December 23, 2016

Seagulls aren’t exactly a rare sight and contrarily, they are quite commonly seen in many places. However, seagulls in Kunming during the winter is a completely different sight. At the Green Lake, thousands of migrant red-beaked seagulls arrive for the winter, taking advantage of the warmth of Kunming. I had never seen so many seagulls in one place all at once, but here is one that I managed to get quite close to. Hi there!

Jan 15, 2017 – [Sunday] WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge: Ambience

January 15, 2017 § 3 Comments

Hong Kong, China, taken on December 31, 2016

Hong Kong is a wonderful place to travel, but it’s easy to get weary from the extremely fast pace of the city. On new year’s eve, I hopped on a mini-bus in Causeway Bay, one of the busiest areas of Hong Kong, and in 20 minutes arrived at Stanley, a touristy but much quieter place to enjoy my evening. The ambience of the entire place made me feel relaxed and I almost thought I wasn’t in Hong Kong anymore. Combined with a gorgeous sunset and magnificent night views, it was a perfect end to my 2016.

Jan 07, 2017 – [Saturday] Is this what you call art? – Talking with a sculpture

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Huzhou, China, taken on December 14, 2016

In Huzhou we saw this interesting sculpture of what seemed to be a food vendor in the old days, and my mom was certainly more fond of the man in the sculpture than were the rest of us. Her “interaction” with the sculpture actually seemed to make the entire scene come alive – how amusing!

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