Spring this year was particularly misty.
There is so much contrast between the clear view of the seawall/ breakwater and the view yonder.
Walking closer towards a pier didn’t change the view much.
The pier jutting out to the sea was like a silhouette – you can clearly see a person cycling on it, but the misty background remains unchanged.
This is not a monochromatic picture.
It was taken earlier this year with a smart phone when the mist was heavy.
Fabulous clouds, layers of mountains as backdrop.
In the foreground are faint outline of high rises.
In the foremost are some fishing boats and sampans.
If you look at the left bottom corner, you will see a bit of the edge of the shore in a different color.
This year has already seen an unusual amount of rainfall.
This marred the otherwise fantastic view – this is the view from the tallest building in the area.
As somebody with a craze for taking pictures, I wouldn’t mind taking photos of these; recording that the Lord has given me another blessed day.
We were disappointed when we arrived at the restaurant on level 102 as we couldn’t see anything from the windows on account of the rain and the condensation.
So, we just enjoyed our lunch.
The weather turned better after finished lunch and I have my mint tea.
The mist seemed so thick and fantastic as I aimed my camera towards the Ocean Center and the China Macau Ferry Terminal on the Kowloon side of Hong Kong.
The view was so surreal!
This is the land which inspired Avatar.
There were so many tall columns, some of which do look like those from Avatar.
I was especially interested in this column top where they have trees on top.
This is just another fairy tale story!