Hmm... what have we here? For one thing, another repeat Photo Hunt theme! But no matter... for as my fellow Photo Hunters regularly show, there definitely is more than one way to illustrate a theme. And for even more variation, whereas last time around I went for natural options, this time, I'm going for the cultural.
More specifically, I've opted for triangles in the form of triangular flags that are flown during festive occasions (in the case of the upper photo, that would be the very local and communal Tai Kok Tsui Temple Fair) and other times of the year (like in the lower photo (taken over in Cheung Chau), where it and the nearby phoenix boat look like it's waiting for more festive times!) -- and add color to photos taken on gray sky days and general lives.
Adding to the gray day note: looking at my blog one day, a Hong Konger friend of mine asked "why are the skies always blue in your photos when they are not in Hong Kong?!" As I told him, I think he exaggerated on both counts. But to balance things out, here on this entry are indeed photos taken on days without bright blue skies -- indeed, it rained for much of the time that I was attending the Tai Kok Tsui Temple Fair. (Still all credit to the organizers for managing to make the event one that still was able to add color and cheer to people's lives for at least a few hours that day!)