I have always enjoyed my morning walks in the woods.
We walked by the edge of the Liu Shui Heung reservoir in the New Territories of Hong Kong until we reached this pavilion.
The light momentously shone through the clouds and the trees.
What was revealed before us was glorious!
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!
Woke up early and drove to Luk Keng in the New Territories.
Would the early birds be the first one to catch the fishes?
It was serene and refreshing.
Located in the northern part of the New Territories, Hong Kong is a fish pond which has been there for as far as I can remember.
The fish pond has long since been abandoned as locally reared fishes are no longer competitive in prices.
This is a picture taken at one of the fish ponds.
Basically, it is abandoned; although it still has its beauty – it is more of melancholy or in a sad state.
That was how I saw it when I was last there.
My dad told me that if I see clouds like these, it forewarns the coming of cold weather.
These clouds look stunning to me. They look as if the sky was cracked.
These clouds now remind me of my dad who passed away 29 years ago.
The picture was taken by my classmate YM Chan in the New Territories of Hong Kong.