To put it mildly: This week's Photo Hunt was one for which I *wasn't* going to lack photos. For while it's true that Hong Kong only has 2,034 kilometers worth of roads, that's actually a lot for a territory that totals just 1,104 square kilometers in size -- and even more so when one considers that only 25% of that land has been developed, with some 40% of that total being officially designated country parks and nature reserves.
In continuing my efforts to try to show people different sides of Asia's World City, I've selected three photos that I hope you'll agree don't present the usual views that one gets of Hong Kong, its roads and all. Individually, they also respectively represent: town (albeit an older, more hilly part that tends to be off the tourist path); country (Who would have thought it? Cows in Hongkers!); and being out and about (since I took it while on a bus heading back into the city proper after a day of further exploring in the New Territories). :)