Looks like the last set didn't quite spark the interest of the first set - I guess the photos were not quite as good but the weather is partly to blame for that, the rest is my fault.
So, back to the tourist trail.
Hong Kong harbour by night!
And a closer view of the banks.
A junk on the harbour - I don't think it was relying on the sails.
And the daily light show - these buildings look like some form of alien invasion.
And of course, the night markets
The fruit stalls are something that I have wanted to photograph for years, but only recently had the camera technology to do it without intruding too heavily into the stall.
Fruit Stall This is still not quite the image I want to capture of them - perhaps next time.
Last in the series.
Ma Wan is an island lots of visitors to Hong Kong in the last 18 years have passed through but maybe didn't realise. It is the middle of the two bridges which link Lantau Island and the airport to the rest of Hong Kong. You'll maybe see it if you take a bus or taxi, but not if you take the train.
Tsing Ma Bridge
Kap Shui Mun Bridge.
Until the opening of the bridges, it was quite an undeveloped little island with a long history.
But the old villages are being abandoned and becoming overgrown.
The island is instead the home to high rise development
and a Noah's Ark Theme Park!
Also had a bit of a play with the "colour Sketch" conversion built into the camera
Bridge and Boats
Kids on Beach
This set contains a few shots taken a little bit off the usual tourist trail. I'm not quite up to the standard of some of the street shooters here, but again this is an area that I think would make some interesting images. This is a little to the west of the main shopping strip and night markets in Mong Kok.
Temple & Tree
Tower & Boy
Old & New
Walk & Talk
Lion Rock is a large granite outcrop on a ridge that forms the northern limit of most tourist itineraries. However, it also provides stunning views back over Kowloon.
Kowloon from Lion Rock.
Prior to the opening of Chep Lap Kok, it was also an amazing place to watch the planes coming in. The old runway is still visible here, but now converted to a cruise ship terminal.
Access isn't quite as easy as the Peak, it's a bit of a hike - only about 5km round trip but around 350m of climb.
The forest is also home to some wildlife
The ridge forms part of a long distance hiking trail, 100km zig-zagging through the hills from one side of HK to the other.
The area is also home to another rock feature - Amah Rock. Legend is that a women and her child climbed the hill each day to watch for her husband returning, but were eventually turned to stone.