An arty farty image of Jardine House, Hong Kong

Solar powered boats in Sai King, Taoist rituals in Wong Tai Sin and the mid life crisis bloke's on their motorbikes.

Look carefully at the reflection

I would love to tell you that my photography skills have evolved to waiting for 2 hours to get the shot and I stood there with the camera on a tripod and waited for the  light to be just so.. but I would be lying... I rocked up to the bridge that goes over Connaught Road and started snapping images of cars. 

I only noticed the reflection of Jardine House (a.k.a. the building of 1,000 a.sholes) later when I was reviewing my work and I have to say it came out quite well.. 

Nice sails

I quite often visit Sai Kung but this was the first time I noticed that this boat had solar panels for sails.. you do not often see solar panels in Hong Kong. 

Guess who's in charge

It is not often you see the Taoist Priest's in all their finery so I got lucky, this was a ritual at the Sik Sik Yuen Wong Tai Sin Temple, all very proper and very colourful. 

In the middle of a mid life crisis

In Hong Kong you only ever see kids or middle aged bloke's on bikes and the middle aged blokes ( and I am not talking about the delivery guy's on bikes ) are obviously in the throe's of their mid life crisis, this guy's only saving grace is that it wasn't a Ducati! 

... and talking of delivery guy's on bikes

This chap is beyond his mid life crisis but then again he does not strike me as a Ducati sort of person, still at least he has the dual benefit's of fresh air and exercise

we are now off the subject of the mid life crisis

I must smell bad, when most cat's see me they leg it.. it is not often they sit there and pose for me. 

The Commie Flag

It is obvious to me that Sai Kung is a hotbed of Communism in Hong Kong. 

Trust Disney to be different

I do personal walking tours around Hong Kong, I am on the streets every day and I have a somewhat interesting perspective of this wonderful city I have called my home for 37 years. My private walking tours are perfect for visitors who want a detailed overview of Hong Kong prior to exploring on their own and for people who are only here for a day or two who want to make the most of their limited time here.

Many clients book me for their first full day in Hong Kong, they get to see the best that Hong Kong has to offer + a crash course on our wonderful public transport system and then they go exploring for the rest of their stay armed with step by step instructions and recommendations from me....

I am available at very short notice, I get many last minute bookings and may well be available even if you arrive in Hong Kong without making plans! so please check my calendar, if it says I am free then I am available to do a tour!! Simply send me a message for a prompt reply

...oh, and if you book a tour then you are booking a tour with me, I do not employ other guides.

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Posted on September 13, 2013 .