Eck! I just realized that I ate my orange-colored breakfast (of slices of honeydew melon) without taking a single photograph of it! No matter though, really, because when I saw the theme for this week's Photo Hunt, I was pretty set on putting up sunset photos from two wonderful September days spent in areas bordering two adjoining bodies of water in Plover Cove and Tolo Harbour.
The first of these days took place a couple of years ago and activities on that day out in Tai Mei Tuk included a stroll along the circular Tai Mei Tuk Family Walk that offers views of Plover Cove, Plover Cove Reservoir and the Pat Sin Leng range with my mother and four other friends of various ages and evening of barbecue gluttony. (And for the record, I'd previously used other photos from that day previously for my "warm" and "sparkle" Photo Hunt entries!)
The second of these took place more recently -- again, on a birthday weekend during which I went on a hike that offered up great sights (both on Ma Shi Chau and on the way to and back from there) and spent time enjoying the colorful, orange-tinged displays that the setting sun provided us with.
And lest there be any doubt: yes, these photos really were taken in Hong Kong -- albeit in sections of the Fragrant Harbour that are far off the beaten tourist (and expatriate) path. Hence my frequent recommendations to visitors (and even quite a few residents) to go out and explore Hong Kong -- for it really is a place with so much to offer in terms of things to do, sights to see, etc., etc. -- and with regards to natural as well as cultural attractions!