Dragon’s Back

By: snowgood

Nov 23 2014

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Category: Walking

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Aperture:f/10
Focal Length:28mm
ISO:200
Shutter:1/500 sec
Camera:Canon EOS 7D

One of the biggest surprises I enjoyed during my time in Hong Kong was the friendliness of total strangers.

It was exemplified by Linda and Ian whom we met whilst in Macau.

Whilst sitting on the roof terrace they offered to buy us a drink.

The following day we met again, and a walking trip was arranged.

How many of my female readers would be comfortable with your partner signing you up for a hike with two total strangers?

Here we are on a short way into a walk with fabulous panoramic views.

We’d already seen numerous Black Kites, a dragonfly, butterflies and a Praying Mantis.

 

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