June 29, 2011

Fishing village on stilts, Hong Kong

Tai O village © Evelyn Howard 2011

We spent several nights in Tai O village, on Lantau Island.

Tai O village © Evelyn Howard 2011

It was a fantastic experience; there was so much to see and to draw.

Tai O village © Evelyn Howard 2011

I am not sure if the above is a home or just a storage shed.

I will upload more photos later.  Have a nice week.

Watery Wednesday


chubskulit said...

Beautifully captured!

Anticipating for Water is my entry, hope you can visit, thanks!

Anonymous said...

nice shots.

Dinah said...

wow, another side of Hong Kong! thanks for sharing ;-)


Sadami said...

Hi, Evelyn,
Wow~~~, what interesting photos!! The last photo is the most impressive...does that house stay safely...?
Kind regards, Sadami

L.W.Roth, said...

Your photos bring the world to me without me ever having to get on a tour bus or walk gingerly on tricky terrain. My knees thank you. Wonderful references for paintings here Evelyn.

Evelyn said...

@Sadami, I know - it's a crazy structure isn't it. I don't know if that's safe!

@Linda, Glad you enjoy them. I hope that I have taken enough photos to use as drawing/painting reference.

nelleke said...

interesting a village on stilts!

LĂșcia said...

You always post photos of interesting places! Looking forward to see more pics of Hong Kong! :)

JO said...

unfortunately there are people who lives in places like these.

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jeannette said...

Do you know that is how Amsterdam (capitol of Holland) was originally built in the Middle Ages: on stilts!

2sweetnsaxy said...

Thanks for sharing these. I'll try to get back to see the others you're going to post.

Linda Makiej said...

Wonderful shots for watery Wednesday!! :)

Kala said...

Yes, the structure in the last photo is something else. Can't wait to see more images from this place!

Al said...

That is wild, nice watery photos. I've always wanted to see a village like that, but I have to admit that I'd be nervous in a house like that any time there was a storm!

James said...

Nice shots! What an interesting place. I think I've seen it on TV.

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