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Sea turtle baby

Sea turtle baby
Made by garylwk2005
Sea turtle baby - Taken at Hong Kong Wetland Park What do sea turtles eat ? 1. Seagrass 2. Jellyfish 3. Crabs and shellfish 4. Sponges Where do sea turtles live ? 1. Seagrass beds 2. Coral reefs 3. Coastal areas NEED YOUR HELP NOW Humans like to eat the fish, crabs and shrimps that live in the seagrass beds but some things that humans do kills seagrass. Seagrasses need plenty of sun and clean water to grow. Seagrass beds are home to many, many kinds of plants and marine animals . PLEASE HELP and SAVE sea turtles 1. Never buy or sell sea turtle 2. Keep the sea or ocean clean 3. Don’t throw rubbish in the sea or ocean 4. Protect seagrass habitats 5. Be careful with fishing nets 6. Support Marine protected areas 7. Tell your friends and family about sea turtles 8. Tell everyone about the dangers of rubbish to marine animals

i love pui pui

i love pui pui
Made by * andrew
wetland park, hongkong - i visit wetland often but no chance to see pui pui by face-to-face because she likes swimming and leave people alone always. but during this visit, i were so lucky that face-to-face with her. and she opened her mouth and let me see her tongue in yellow color too. nikon fm2, carl zeiss zf distagon 35mm f/2 t*, agfa ultra 100

Wetland Park (HK)

Wetland Park (HK)
Made by jiformales (yajo) - super busy ....
will be posting several bird shots from Wet Land. The Hong Kong Wetland Park comprises a 10,000 square meter large visitor centre, Wetland Interactive World, and a 60-hectare Wetland Reserve. The Wetland Interactive World has themed exhibition galleries, a theatre, a souvenir shop, an indoor play area (swamp adventure) and a resource centre. more info about Wetland park here

blossom

blossom
Made by * andrew
wetland park, tin shui wai, hongkong - wanna share an information about tele lens. remember that one of my friends suggested to use a 1.4 extender to make a tele-lens become a macro lens on close-up shot. i think his idea is really smart and possible. canon eos300, canon ef 135mm f/2L @ f/2.8, kodak portra 160 vc photo by tung

born-with

born-with
Made by * andrew
wetland park, tin shui wai, hongkong - don't guess this crab lost one of arm due to fighting. actually, it is not a disabled crab. for more details, please click on here. canon eos300, canon ef 135mm f/2L @ f/2.8, kodak portra 160 vc

SCU Chrysocoris stolli

SCU Chrysocoris stolli
Made by hkmoths
Insecta: Hemiptera Heteroptera, Scutelleridae Chrysocoris stolli several of these fabulously colourful shield bugs were seen at wondering around Breynia fruticosa shrubs in flower in the late afternoon, Hong Kong Wetland Park, Tin Shui Wai. Thx everyone for the gracious comments and invites.

Inside Ching Shu Hin

Inside Ching Shu Hin
Made by d-k-t
I had to use the wall as support. The shutter speed was around 0.5 seconds. Another screwed up film.. saved by Photoshop. The two shot was taken on different days, but the bicycle is still there. Lens: Pentacon 30/3.5, with Softar I Film: Ilford Delta 3600 @ 3600. Duotone by Photoshop Camera: Praktica MTL-5

20101001_MOON_0.48

20101001_MOON_0.48
Made by かがみ~
01/10/2010 25:17 UTC+8 Moon rises later and later each night. I was very sleepy when the moon appeared outside my window, I could't get an accurate focus. Maybe tomorrow will be the last night to take photo of moon. (I wonder why I always place the moon at the bottom left corner of the square frame...)

Ching Shu Hin

Ching Shu Hin
Made by d-k-t
Ching Shu Hin, Ping Shan, Hong Kong. There was light ray coming from the top right hand corner. But it was not captured on the film. Maybe the contrast of the light ray with the surrounding is not great enough. It may help if there are some dust around? Film: Ilford HP5+, Duotone by Photoshop

Sing Hin Kung Study Hall

Sing Hin Kung Study Hall
Made by d-k-t
Outside Sing Hin Kung Study Hall, Ping Shan, Hong Kong. The study hall is a Grade II historic building in Hong Kong. It is sad that the place look like abandoned place. Lens: Carl Zeiss Flektogon MC 35/2.4 Film: Ilford HP5+, Mimicking gold toning by Photoshop Camera: Yashica FX-3 Super 2000

if i could be..

if i could be..
Made by LOVEducation
Her green plastic watering can For her fake Chinese rubber plant In the fake plastic earth. That she bought from a rubber man In a town full of rubber plans To get rid of itself. It wears her out, it wears her out It wears her out, it wears her out... Fake Plastic Trees, by Radiohead.

An old furniture

An old furniture
Made by d-k-t
Ching Shu Hin, Ping Shan, Hong Kong. An old furniture. There are light two rays coming from the top. But the place is real dark. My lens is wide open and I had used a very slow shutter speed without a tripod. I love the wooden texture. Film: Ilford HP5+, Duotone by Photoshop

Loving a Child

Loving a Child
Made by jiformales (yajo) - super busy ....
“Loving a child doesn't mean giving in to all his whims; to love him is to bring out the best in him, to teach him to love what is difficult.” ~ Nadia Boulanger * a crying girl walking in one of the flatform in Wet Land Park (HK).

Beware of pedestrians

Beware of pedestrians
Made by annamatic3000
Beware of Pedestrians. If you get in their way they'll surely bash your headlights in. Hong Kong, March 2010.

Outside Yeuk Hui Study Hall

Outside Yeuk Hui Study Hall
Made by d-k-t
Yeuk Hui Study Hall, Ping Shan, Hong Kong 門外的對聯是: 門環碧水觀龍躍 地枕屏山聽鹿鳴 Lens: Carl Zeiss Flektogon 35/2.4 MC Film: Ilford HP5+, Mimicking split toning (selenium and sepia) by Photoshop Camera: Yashica FX-3 Super 2000

LIB Crocothemis servilia

LIB Crocothemis servilia
Made by hkmoths
Insecta: Odonata, Anisoptera Libellulidae Crocothemis servilia Crimson Darter Hong Kong Wetland Park, Tin Shui Wai taken in fading light as the dragonfly settled down to roost for the night (best seen large on a wide screen!)

Sing Hin Kung Study Hall

Sing Hin Kung Study Hall
Made by d-k-t
Ping Shan, Hong Kong. Outside Sing Hin Kung Study Hall. The study hall is a Grade II historic building in Hong Kong. Lens: Carl Zeiss Jena Pancolar 50/1.8 Zebra Film: Kodak E100G slide, duotone by Photoshop Camera: Canon EOS 3

Yeung Hau Temple

Yeung Hau Temple
Made by d-k-t
Yeung Hau Temple, Ping Shan, Hong Kong. In Hong Kong, it is rare to have such a blue sky and beautiful clouds. It is one of my favorite shot. Lens: Pentacon 30/3.5 with CPL Film: Fuji Sensia 200 slide Camera: Praktica MTL-5

Ching Shu Hin

Ching Shu Hin
Made by d-k-t
Ching Shu Hin, Ping Shan, Hong Kong. The room is dark. There are two light rays coming from the top. My lens is wide open and I had used a very slow shutter speed without a tripod. Film: Ilford HP5+, Duotone by Photoshop

W A I T I N G

W A I T I N G
Made by Bfostter
I took this back stage during a kindergarten graduation in Hong Kong. The girls were waiting patiently for there turn on stage. And yes, in Hong Kong the kindergartens hold graduation ceremonies. *Best, if seen 'LARGE'



Nearest places of interest:

栢慧豪園
翠湖居
Ginza Square
嘉湖銀座 Kingswood Ginza
  Tin Wing Station
Queen Elizabeth School Old Students' Association Secondary School
Chestwood Stop
Tin Chung Court

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