This week’s challenge from the Daily Press is Converge.
I will be showing a series of photos on this topic.
The first one came to mind was taken from Angkor Thom – the churning of the seas.
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Many of my classmates have now reached retirement age and are now enjoying their new phase of life.
Quite a number of them actually have taken up photography.
With so much time in their hands, they travel and take photos – some of them are just awesome.
Here again, are some photos taken by my university classmate YM Chan.
I like egrets – capturing their motion in flying or even at rest.
I do not have a lot of opportunities to take photos of them – in fact, as I do not have the necessary long lenses to do that.
Please enjoy these photos taken in Nam Sang Wai of Hong Kong!
I have been showing pairs of photo for places taken at night and in the day.
These include photos of Hong Kong, Seoul etc.
There is a lot of contrast between these photo pairs.
Here, the night picture of the picturesque city was taken by my university classmate YM Chan,
while the day photo was taken by me.
As you can see in both pictures, there is a pagoda on the left bank , a river in the middle and traditional houses built on the right bank.
In fact, the place suffered a lot of damage during the Summer flooding this year.
Autumn is still here.
Hope that Winter is coming late this year.
Understand this part of the world is affected by El Ninos and therefore Winter could be mild, with the exception of a few really cold days but it will be rainy too.
So, celebrate Autumn as it is retreating and hope that Winter will be short.
The picture was taken at Hunglouzhi (Temple) in Beijing two years ago.
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This will be my best collection of clouds and mountains photos in China.
All these photos have been posted before but I am putting them together.
The Huangshan and clouds mountains are provided by my calligraphy classmate Mr. Chung Kok Fan..
Whereas the photos of Zhanzhejia are provided by my university classmate Mr. YM Chan.
They are great photographers and timing was on their side.
This collection is stunning and I expect that readers will be pleased.
I just can’t stand fishing under the sun!
However, many anglers do enjoy fishing even when the temperatures are high and the sun was burning.
Here is a picture showing the anglers fishing in Hong Kong. Most of them have put their caps on; those who do not have a cap do have an umbrella.
In the background is the Victoria Harbor and some of the high rises.
From the picture, you can feel the heat coming out.
This is yet another picture from my angler friend CP Chan, to whom credit is due.