The geology enthusiasts among this blog readers -- rejoice, for here's another Tung Ping Chau photo-essay to add to the one I posted last week! But as I promised in my previous photo-essay, there will be non-rock photos along with the rock ones... for my excursion to Hong Kong's most remote island really did yield a varied as well as large amount of interesting sights... ;b
geology department for making me find a sight like this
both beautiful as well as fascinating!
Though surely you don't need to have taken geology courses
to like sights and photos like this one, right?
The human figures in the picture help to give
a sense of the scale of these geological formations
Alas, some people just won't get it even when there are
explicit warning messages posted on official signboards! :(
Can you see the tiny triangle shaped moth in the picture? :)
It didn't rain while my friends and I were on Tung Ping Chau,
so I guess that's dew -- not raindrops -- on the spider web!
Call me weird but I considered the pattern on this leaf
was pretty enough to be picture-worthy! :)
Back to a geological focus with this photo
And yes, there's at least one more Tung Ping Chau photo to come! ;O