This is one of the places we longed to visit.
The tower was constructed with timber and bricks in 1384, Ming Dynasty and is one of the best example of its type in China.
It houses some bells including ancient ones from the Tang Dynasty.
Looks pretty at night – but this is definitely not how it looks in the Ming Dynasty when there were barely any electric bulbs!
This week’s photo challenge is Local.
The harbour of Hong Kong can be viewed from many vantage points, but tourists stick to touristy places on either side of the city area of Hong Kong.
It was a typical Summer night when people will come out to the seaside, taking a rest and gazing towards the Hong Kong Island side.
Some residents may play their guitar and sing their songs too.
Just across the bay is the newly built Cruise Terminal and in the backround are the buildings on the Island.
A typical Summer’s night!
This week’s photo challenge is Mirror.
These two photos were taken with a smartphone behind the window glass.
The first picture definitely show glare in a few places.
The second picture was also taken in the same building but with no reflection from the glass.
We were dining there, in the restaurant, up on the 38th floor, somewhere in Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong.
Hong Kong must be one of the most vibrant cities.
We have carried out a bit too much land reclamation, narrowing the harbor.
Waves set up by ship wash or wind just got bounced back and forth in the harbor.
Together with the city lights, they form a Vibrant picture.
The Avenue of Stars ( 星光大道), modelled on the Hollwood Walk of Fame, is located along the Victoria Harbour waterfront in Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong. It honours celebrities of the Hong Kong Film industry.
It is situated on a seaside promenade with one side facing the Victoria Harbour and the beautiful views of Hong Kong island as backdrop.
During night time, the place is still full of tourists.
This is a view taken of one of the statutes there with the laser show ( Symphony of Lights ) behind it.
This looks almost surreal!