This week’s photo challenge is Shine.
Do you mind the sun shining hard on you when you are fishing?
The sun reflected from the sea as if it was a mirror of gold.
These anglers have got their caps on or holding their umbrellas. It won’t deter them from their fishing.
Picture taken in the water front of Hong Kong.
This week’s DP Photo Challenge is Harmony.
This morning, we went for a walk at the Plover Cove Reservoir.
We were met by this view which to me is so harmonious.
There was a complete harmony between the sky, the clouds, the far away hills, the reflection and the people fishing on the shore!
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.
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.
Here are some stunning photos of an eagle catching a fish from the sea.
The three pictures were taken by my classmate Mr. Chung Kwok Fan.
A magnificent eagle swooped down, zeroed in on its prey.
While having undivided attention on its prey, it dived down, slowed somewhat and momentously suspended itself in the air.
Its action was so quick, by the time you saw it doing that, it already has its prey caught in between the legs.
Throughout this act, the spectators were thrilled. It was exactly the moment a photographer has been longing for.
Again, congratulations to Mr. Chung for taking the photos.
These are photos which should be submitted to the National Geographic – something which Mr. Chung has repeatedly declined.
This is the sort of photo which I don’t take.
This is, again, another photo from my friend CP Chan.
The photo was taken again at the fishing rafts in Hong Kong; with the fishing net, mountains and sea as backdrop.
It shows, a dead fish abandoned within the net.
Clearly, my friend is more diverse in his subject of photography and has sharp eyes and inquisitive mind.