WPC: A Face in the Crowd

I can’t see his face. I didn’t see any catch, but does it matter? He is enjoying a quiet serenity in Hong Kong where people are always in a crowd.

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Silence

Dragon boats silently waiting for the next race.

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Tour Guide

I bet you don’t see this view of Hong Kong if you are joining a tour group. This is a beautiful part of Hong Kong’s New Terriory where fishermen still dry their catches in the sun! Only locals can take you to these places!

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Transformation

This photo was taken between Halloween and Thanksgiving in one of the small islands of Hong Kong. Where there is no pumpkin, people can be creative and transformation took place!

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Peek

Take a peek, what do you see? Public housing in Hong Kong, revisiting the not so good old days!

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Scale

What a view from the peak on top of Hong Kong island looking down Victoria Harbour. I used the iron fence to contrast the scale of the high-rises. In a sense most people in HK live in small spaces like cages!

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Unusual

Unusual is something you don’t see everyday, something out of the ordinary. I pick this photo because it is unusual to hang household items on the ceiling as decoration. Furthermore these are items representing an era in Hong Kong where most people are still poor.

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