This week’s photo challenge is Local.
This is a small fishing town. Recently, it has become more popular with locals and tourists as a getaway from the hustle and bustle of the city.
It is well known for its seafood and many seafood restaurants line the seafront forming a Seafood Street. Some sampans for selling live fishes and shrimps / lobsters are berthed against the seawalls. It is fun watching them selling the sea creatures.
You can easily spend more than half a day out there!
I always find it pleasing to gaze out the sea with a few islands dotting on the horizon.
These three islands in Langkawi certainly appeal to me.
I wondered for a while why they looked so different when they are at a small distance apart from each other, sharing the same environment.
I can only thank God for their creation.
Up on a hill we saw this panoramic view while in Shinkoku.
The type of structures also change from suspension bridge to cable stayed bridges.
It is a big engineering feat and connects so many places and people!
Never will I forget the good days I have on Hvar Island, Croatia.
It was always sunny. You always see the blue sky and wherever you look, there is the enchanting deep blue Adriatic sea.
Overlooking from the fortress, there was a panoramic view in front of us.
Gazing downward, the city center on Hvar was just like a toy city. Further out, there was a string of green islands.
It was one of the best views I ever had!