Due to my having movies -- particularly, those showing as part of the Hong Kong International Film Festival -- on my mind these past couple of weeks or so, I've neglected my other extra-curricular activities and interests, including hiking. Thanks to this week's Photo Hunt however, for giving me an excuse to put some green photos up on this blog -- since one does encounter a number of triangular objects when out hiking here in Hong Kong.
Among other things, some of the peaks one sees -- e.g., High Junk Peak -- are so angular (and steep) that they really do resemble triangles. Then there are the triangles that can be found on the often very useful and reliable directional signs erected by Hong Kong's Country Parks authorities (like that to be found in Pokfulam Country Park).
Less common (and thus really cool to come across) are rocks which have been naturally shaped by such as wind and erosion into near perfect pyramid or triangle shapes. The example in this Photo Hunt entry's bottom photo is to be seen as one descends down Tai Leng Tung along the Lung Ha Wan (trans. Lobster Bay) Country Trail that also includes an ascent up that 503 meter hill (mountain?) that is Hong Kong's 45th highest peak. (And yes, I do reckon that the beautiful views to be had from the top really are worth the effort of the hike up -- and then down from -- there! :b )