Julian T P Leung
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City walker, snap shots lover, still using second generation digital camera, 3.1 mega pixels.
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"Dots Obsession" in Harbour City - 3 huge balloons are hanging at the entrance of the Ocean Terminal. This is the biggest.

Locates at the mid level of Hong Kong Island. During morning and evening time, lots of people are taking different activities along Bowen Road, e.g. Taichi, dancing, gymnastic practicing, jogging, walking with pets, etc. to keep their body healthy.

The Hopewell Centre is nearby to this school. There are two Tang King Po Colleges in Hong Kong, this one called Hong Kong Tang King Po College (in Wanchai, Hong Kong Island), and the other called Kowloon Tang King Po College (in To Kwa Wan, Kowloon), both them are boys school.

There are two Tang King Po Colleges in Hong Kong, this one called Hong Kong Tang King Po College (in Wanchai, Hong Kong Island), and the other called Kowloon Tang King Po College (in To Kwa Wan, Kowloon), both them are boys school.

This entrance enters to the 17th Floor of the cylinder-shape building. It has 66 storeys.

Very old style and traditional Chinese Restaurant block. In the past, the ground floor is - the entrance and cashier at the front, lower class sitting behind, and the kitchen at the rear. The 1st and 2nd floors are serve high class customers, 3rd floor is the food preparation, store and staff quarters, the roof is owner's residence and uniforms' sun-dried area. Nowaday, these whole-block-style restaurants are rare in Hong Kong.

Very old style and traditional Chinese Restaurant block. In the past, the ground floor is - the entrance and cashier at the front, lower class sitting behind, and the kitchen at the rear. The 1st and 2nd floors are serve high class customers, 3rd floor is the food preparation, store and staff quarters, the roof is owner's residence and uniforms' sun-dried area. Nowaday, these whole-block-style restaurants are rare in Hong Kong.

Hello Bits-n-Pieces, thanks to your visit and comments. YES, it is taken at the runway of old Kai Tak Airport (30-9-07). The tall blue building is built after airport had been moved to CLK. Nothing left there, all relate to old airport were swept for coming re-development. Since 1988, there isn't a big change. Will post more images upon new look there.

This huge pumpkin is hollow, made in plastic, can go inside through big open dots.

Single image tone-mapping tuned in PhotoShop, is counterfeit to HDR effect.

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