|Luk Keng village lies along the end of old rice paddies, now a salt water marsh that has become |
pasture for feral cattle.
The snow isn't letting up. I'm working on taxes. So for respite I turn to photos I took a year ago in Hong Kong.
|An abandoned home or shop, though the right door is still locked.|
|The old entrance to the village.|
|Though abandoned this building still seems to have a use.|
|Again, abandoned, but seems to see some use.|
|Grandson Tom did his own exploring and provided us with a great model.|
|This tree is still used for offerings of worship.|
|The jungle is wrapping around many old dwellings.|
|One of many feral Sai Kung cattle roaming the bay. All photos taken with a Nikon D7000 and various lenses. Richard T. Wright photos.|
assignment to take me back. For Hong Kong is so much more than a cityscape and traffic.
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