Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Ruby Tuesday 2 - Red and Yellow Bridge Rails Leading to Hong Kong - April 24, 2012

After my four month stay in India, Hong Kong seemed most modern and quite different.
The bridges everywhere were architectural delights.  I liked this one with its red and
yellow railings.  Each country has much to offer the visitor.



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16 comments:

  1. Your four months seem to have gone quickly!
    The railings with the misty view behind, make a good picture.
    Maggie X

    Nuts in May

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    1. Maggie - I wish I could have stopped time. That four months flew by! Hong Kong was drizzly and rainly almost the entire time I was there...so most of my pictures were misty!

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  2. 4 months? Really?

    I have not noticed that.

    Time flies.

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    1. I wish I had gotten my act together and gotten to India for six months. I'm trying to return by July, if I can scrape up enough money for air fare...though I know it will be sweltering.

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  3. wonderful wonderful picture ! please have a good wednesday.

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    1. Robert - I'm glad you like the photo...we were going by so quickly, it was hard to get the shot.

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  4. you are so right Carmen, each country has so much to offer to visitors, I guess that is the reason why there are differences, otherwise, we would not delight in something new or something different.

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    1. Yes, betchai, there is something special about every country if we just open our eyes and look for it. I know many of them are quite poor...as is India...but the wealth is in the warmth of its people.

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  5. beautiful picture

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    1. I'm glad you liked my Hong Kong bridge, sm...I was amazed at all the different architectural styles of the bridges I saw....very modern!

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  6. Those are colorful railings! I am glad you're home though.

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    1. Thanks, Icy...I must admit, though I want to return to India, it's good to have some time at home. I can't believe I made it through four months in India with only three minor ailments...and get hospitalized for three days two weeks after I return...with cellulitis of my left ankle ( for the fourth time in a year and a half..well, once, it was my right ankle! ).

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  7. I have never been to India but in 2009, I have had the chance to see the beauty of Hong Kong for five days. It is a magnificent place to visit and I am looking forward to going back there, hopefully, stay longer.

    have an awesome day!

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    1. Maxi, isn't Hong Kong, besides the great eating, an exciting place to visit! I found it not as much fun, though, since I retired and my income has dropped $60,000 a year. That certainly curtailed my shopping.

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  8. Hello, RNSANE.

      Attractive and lovely your works.
      The journey of the life. It is heart's pabulum.

      I thank for your usual and hearty support.
      And i pray for you and yours peace.
      
    Have a good weekend. From Japan, ruma ❃

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  9. Ruma, I hope you will always continue to pray for me. Can you believe, I just spent three days in the hospital...nothing related to my India trip but, once again, I developed cellulitis in my ankle...I've had four hospitalizations now for that in a year and a half!!

    It is good to be home for awhile but I hope to return to India as soon as I can afford the air fare.

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