Asia's Sin City. The Las Vegas of the East. That's how the former Portuguese enclave of Macau is often portrayed and perceived. But as I've found on visits to the other Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China, Macau has a fair few attractions besides casinos and prostitutes -- including pockets of culture and serenity like the Lou Lim Ieoc Garden where, among other things, I came across a piece of pond decoration that looks ideal to highlight in this week's Photo Hunt entry.
More specifically, what we have here appears to be a rock which has been chipped into not quite a statue but still recognizably is -- at least from the front, if not the back or sides -- a likeness of a mother and child. Or is it that it's a statue that's been so weathered that its features are no longer distinct? Frankly, reckon that the former idea is cooler. So let's just opt to think that, shall we? ;b