I love tarts me, some happy tourists posing at the Four Seasons Hotel and a very overloaded ferry.
So bloody typical, a sunset as shown is a bit rare in Hong Kong and I am NEVER in the right place at the right time and I could have cursed, this time I was on a minibus crossing the Tsing Ma bridge.
I was bouncing around on the speeding minibus so these are the best images I could get given I had to take them through the window - by the time I got off the bus the sunset was gone and it was dark.
Still, the images are not bad and I was just thrilled to have witnessed this lovely sight.
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Not a lot to be said really, I do love tarts!
I have no idea who they where, famous? but they certainly looked the part, all glamorous and such living it up at the Four Seasons Hotel.
From where I was standing this ferry looked dangerously overloaded but as there was no other sea traffic in the vicinity then I guess it was ok.
If I was a celebrity photographer I could claim this to be a work of art... it was a large bale of aluminum cans that had been crushed and baled and therefore recycled.
"Crushed Cans" sounds like an apt title
More digital trickery - this is a huge watch doubling up as an advertising sign for a watch boutique.
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