I was just walking through a busy and crowded street market.
A man and his fruit stand. Most make up of the buildings are local resident’s apts above these local stands in the street market.
More fruit stands and across is a stand that sells towels.
It is very common even for men to wear tote bags, why? Hong Kong charges 50 cents per plastic bags!
I was standing in the middle of road trying to capture the streets. Look above, it’s the infamous street lights with the unique doot doot sound!
A pano-view of the skyscrapers in front of me. Old residential building along with few tall ones.
Short or tall buildings…they all have small units stacked up!
A herbal tea stand that sells 10 HKD per bowl of tea. Here’s a family getting their bowl of tea for the day!
I’m guessing the parents really want their daughters to drink the herbal tea…
My table!… wonton soup with one Thai style meat ball and coffee on the side.
The wonton tasted really good, there were lots of shrimp meat and little yellow beans.
This was the inside of the local restaurant.
A clear view of the herbal tea stand. It’s like a convenience store, there’s umbrella, bottled water…
There’s a description sign for every bowl of herbal tea. A small round glass top is placed on top of the bowl and you can see the evaporation filling up from the inside.
Herbal tea…served while its warm and dark brown to black tea.
I was so scared getting yell at so I waited for the owner to go away. You can somewhat see that the inside is not spacious at all.
Hong Kong’s taxi! It brings back so much memories of watching TVB.
I wanted to capture a split moment of the corner of the streets. I also captured this woman’s look.
I wish I could capture a better quality of this old woman pushing a little cart of bags.
The middle of the street, you can see how dense everything is.
I wonder she was going…
An up-close of police’s WANTED posts. Just like everywhere you go, there’s always good and bad people. These suspects are wanted for Arson and Murder (wow…)
Hong Kong is safe for the most part…
The first florist shop I saw entering in Flower Market Road.
Fresh flower, fresh aroma of flowers throughout the stores!
A man taking care of his exotic bird.
I looked up to a tree with beautiful dark red flowers and so I took a picture along with the building’s rooftops.
As beautiful as the flowers are…they just drop to the ground.
A slight close up of the flower, it is called Bombax ceiba.
A close up of a pot of flowers.
They look so delicate in their buds.
So tiny and still have a lot of time to mature!
I think I told a guy that sometimes it is hard to smell nature and its’ flowers and plants.
It is very common in HK to have hourly hotel.
You can see the amazing contrast between the flower businesses on the ground level and resident’s air-dry laundry from the top.
A young girl looking at the wall of flowers.
This florist shop is filled with flowers.
Flowers and plants even filled the walls between this alley way. The alley ways sometimes can be used to sell flowers and other times for staff to prepare and stock their inventory.
Looking at the street from the bottom up.
Just looking at this interesting plant…
Yup, it is called a pitcher plant.
More flowers and plants ahead!
Fresh flowers and plants delivered to the store!
I was really tired but I should just get in the picture…