July 17, 2011

Tai O Bridges

Tai O is the name of a fishing village on Lantau Island, Hong Kong.

Lantau Island Bridge © Evelyn Howard 2011

A little bridge coming off a bigger (red) bridge.

In this photo, I also love how the house is extended upwards.

Lantau Island Bridge © Evelyn Howard 2011

The red bridge shown in the above photo.

Lantau Island Bridge © Evelyn Howard 2011

There’s also a blue one...

Lantau Island Bridge © Evelyn Howard 2011

And another…

Visit’s Louis at Sunday Bridges for more.

Hope you are having a nice weekend.

11 comments:

Cynthia Schelzig said...

Such interesting "buildings" by the water....with plastic tarps!!! I guess you can just build whatever you like...no codes I take it. Must get scary though when the storms move in from the water and wind starts blowing...guest bedroom could blow away,,,guest and all!!!

J Bar said...

Great bridges.
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Sadami said...

Hi, Evelyn,
Honest, your coposition, angle & parception are SUPER! They make very interesting photos from plain landscapes.
Cheers,Sadami

Kaori said...

Wow, that's a lot of bridges in one town! I love your last shot...always have a thing for wooden bridges :D

Lesley said...

wow, this looks like a very crowded fishing village!

LĂșcia said...

It's good to know this village has a good infrastructure, I can see good houses too! :)

L.W.Roth, said...

the way you handle line and composition is superb Evelyn. Sadami is so right. Wonderful photographs from a very photogenic part of the world.

MarieElizabeth said...

What a neat variety of bridges all around the same area. I like the blue one, it looks like it might open for boats.

diane b said...

Unusual bridges in an interesting village. I too marvelled at the two storey palace.

Dani said...

Lovely photos of unusual bridges.

Francisca said...

It's obviously been a long time since I've been to Lantau... since before I started participating in Sunday Bridges! Did you go to the Big Buddha at Po Lin Monastery?

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