Opposite Day: Hong Kong Photos

Today’s Daily Prompt is Opposite Day. The idea is to basically do something on your blog completely different from what you normally do. The non-fiction writers were told to post a photo, so here are some photos from my trip to Hong Kong four years back.

A photo of Hong Kong harbor from the Peak (which is short for Victoria Peak, the mountain on Hong Kong Island).

This is an area between Central and Admiralty with the Bank of China (the building with triangle shapes) in the background.

A typical busy Hong Kong street with trams and buses.

Amazing tree roots in the Hong Kong Botanical Garden.

Hong Kong skyline during the day.

The famous Hong Kong skyline at night.

A life-size Noah’s Ark in one of the theme parks in Hong Kong.

The Hong Kong Peak tram terminal.

Me next to a tram that is no longer in service.

I hope you enjoyed! 🙂

-christrocks

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