Not sure what this is.
Ruins of a former village shed?
Another one, with a nice view.
I’m not the only one enjoying the landscape.
He said he didn’t mind when I asked to take the photograph.
Had a nice chat with his wife and him about the view. His wife showed me sunset photographs on her phone.
Secret passage to Narnia…
Rise and shine!
The view from our balcony.
We were here.
Tiger, dragon, tourist.
But the stuff was really yummy.
On Royal Caribbean’s Voyages of the Sea, to Kaohsiung and Taipei (Keelung) from Hong Kong.
There were wonderful views at the top deck.
In a contemplative mood.
Lots to take in.
The restaurant queue was crazy at first.
But the restaurant was awesome.
Just for contrast here.
There’re busy scenes.
People are at work.
You could find quiet moments as well.
Sharing time together.
Or simply by yourself.
You could frame and reframe a moment.
Until you disappear and everything is just right.
There’re so many scenes to linger over.
There’re quiet moments.
Time for ourselves.
Time to think.
A colourful moment.
Things get moved around a lot here.
Just a few more shots reminding me that everyday life is fascinating.
Things on offer.
Every day is work.
But if you find companionship then all is beautiful.
We all move from place to place.
We figure it out as we go along.
It’s all work in progress.
Was visiting Cheung Chau island and I was fascinated by those small motor trucks.
So I spent quite a bit of time trying to snap pictures of those passing trucks.
Not every photo is perfect.
But I think the slightly haphazard compositions convey speed.
The drivers don’t seem to mind.
Most of the time they saw me and then looked away.
They’re probably used to tourists and daytrippers.
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Walking around Sai Kung Town.
We were standing around waiting for the shop to open. Apparently they have fried Oreos which the kids wanted…
I like the witty name though. Wonder if the owner’s name is really Chip.
So we walked around for a bit.
The lady was trying to figure out what we were looking at.
Nice street exhibit.
Hard at work.
Outside a seafood restaurant – the obligatory scene to take at Sai Kung.
And yes – fried Oreos!
At the TST waterfront.
A bubby tent thing for kids I think.
Dreamy hazy glow.
Cultural Centre with a ghostly look…
A clearer view of the waterfront.
Where are we going?
The ice cream mobile.
The obligatory Orientalist shot of Chinese junk ship sail.
Watch your step!
Buskers … argh … someone’s finger got in the way. Still, I think it’s nicely flawed.
Buy my book! Buy my book!
So here’s TST at night.
Everyone has a place to get to.
Boxes that have lost their purpose.
The mannequins and model are more alive than actual people.
We’re all shadows in a cave of our own making.