(N.B. I know that it's not yet Saturday but I putting up this Photo Hunt entry today rather than tomorrow as I'm due to be on the road quite a bit this weekend...)
When some people think of cities, they conjure up images of predominantly steely and stone cold gray landscapes. To these folks, I like to say -- and provide proof via such as the images offered up in this week's Photo Hunt entry (along with a previous Pink-themed Photo Hunt entry) -- that the metropolis that has been dubbed Asia's World City is most certainly much more colorful than that.
More specifically, the first photo in this entry offers up a shot of Nathan Road that shows off the territory's many colorful neon signs while the second is of a particularly colorful example of the small stalls that line Pottinger Street, a steep, stone-slabbed stairway over in Central that Hong Kong cinema fans will recognize as having appeared in a number of local movies (including Johnnie To's recent Sparrow (2008) and -- unless I'm much mistaken -- Jackie Chan's often criminally overlooked Mr. Canton and Lady Rose (1989)). So... colorful but also pretty cool, right? :)