While doing such as standing and waiting for the bus in the middle of the concrete jungle, I've been known to do my share of complaining about the Hong Kong summer heat and humidity. But there's a part of me that also loves summers in the Big Lychee because it's when the skies tend to be beautifully blue rather than the less visually pleasing grays that I have come to associate during winters in Hong Kong.
The aesthetic pleasure that the blue skies give me is one reason why I hike in summer as well as the cooler months -- unlike many other Hong Kong hikers. Sure it often is super hot and humid but it also can be really beautiful out in Hong Kong on days with great visibility and blue skies.
And when hiking in areas that are near water, there's the added bonus of seeing water that can appear bluer than the sky. Throw in a play of light (or more) on the water and not only do I have suitable images for Sandi's and Gattina's Photo Hunt themes for this week but ones that I think are worth looking at on other weeks and days besides! :)