I'll readily admit that it can be difficult to get myself out of the air-conditioned indoors to the baking hot outdoors. But once I manage to drag myself to a well-forested part of Hong Kong, where there's lots of shade courtesy of the vegetation and beautiful plus interesting sights to behold, I often find myself feeling less regretful that I'm out sweating like crazy in the heat and more that I don't go out hiking in Hong Kong's country parks as often as I could... ;b
There are days when I love being in the city and others where I am happy
to have such easy access to the countryside here in Hong Kong :)
More so than smelling the flowers, I love catching sight of --
and snapping photos of -- butterflies perched on them :b
The top of Tai Mo Shan (Big Hat Mountain) is often
obscured by clouds -- but not on that sunny, hot afternoon!
As the name of this blog indicates, I do have a thing for webs
and do reckon that some of them are really gorgeous! :)
Spot the stick insect? :b
One of the fatter bodied dragonflies I've seen anywhere!
A beautiful seasonal sight in the Tai Lam Country Park
once more near hike's end close to Sham Tseng :)