I don't know whether it's the case for many other Photo Hunters but one of the by-products of Photo Hunting for me involves my checking out English dictionaries more often than usual (to do such as find wider and more potentially creative definitions of a term that's the theme for a Photo Hunt!). Take this week's theme as an example: i.e., upon consulting the Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary entry, I found that the word string can be a noun, verb and adjective; and that definitions for string in its noun form include not just "a cord usually used to bind, fasten, or tie" but, also, "a series of things arranged in or as if in a line string of cars> string of names>".
Thus, I present to you a pair of photos of one more aspect of Hong Kong I love: ample along with great public transportation! More specifically, the first photo in this blog entry are of a string of green (as opposed to red)-topped mini buses -- that I happened to have taken while on another popular mode of public transportation, a double-decker bus! ;b -- while the second are of strings of red taxis (along with a short string of red minibuses).
And while we're on the subject of Hong Kong mini-buses: It'd be totally remiss of this Hong Kong movie buff to not take this opportunity to recommend that people check out a worthy drama called Lost in Time whose female and male protagonists both are mini bus drivers. And for those who don't know it yet: Yes, Hong Kong cinema really does comprise more than just action movies!!! :)