People always wonder how you can squeeze more than 7 million people into the tiny place known as Hong Kong.
Here is a night view.
You will also see roads doing a zig zag, pedestrain links connect at a higher level or flyover snaking through the available space at an upper level.
Also in the picture is a railway depot where rail lines terminate.
It has always been a busy city, even at night time.
It is truly a city of lights!
I asked my wife what are the most memorable moments apart from seeing the animals and the desert in Namibia.
I like camp fires too – it reminds me of camping out when I was still young.
Here are two pictures, one showing the camp fire and the other one of the same spot, in the day time.
This is a smartphone photo sent to me yesterday by my wife while travelling in Namibia.
The location is the Etosha National Park in Namibia.
Maybe the photo is not sharp enough as it was taken without much light and at a distance.
The wifi there is weak; nevertheless, I am happy to have received it.
I never have the patience to take the same image during night time and also day time.
The images show chandeliers. They stand out a lot during night time.
They are also called “hanging bells” in HK.
Various members of my family do like taking photos.
My brother likes uploading them to his Facebook to feature his travels.
As mentioned in my earlier post, my wife and her dad are travelling in Italy and Switzerland, here are two pictures of the Milan Cathedral she sent me via the iPhone today:
Actually, I like both photos, their perspectives are quite different from those available on the internet.