Weekly Weather: Spring

Flowers blooming in my backyard during spring time…  No wonder butterflies, bees, and birds are dancing all day long, feeling excited!

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Pelican

The last time I found a pelican was two years ago in Galapagos…  It was a Brown Pelican.

Brown Pelican

Pastry

Find these pastries in the shop yesterday…   Look tasty, don’t they?

Paper

My class work in Ontario College of Art during early 90’s…  If you like drawing, you can draw anything you like, even a scrap paper on the ground.

Hope you like it… 🙂

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Carnation Pink

Don’t know what is carnation pink color but this one looks nice…  Hope this one is close enough… 🙂

Cherries

Brick Red

Unbelievable… The basic material of the top red portion of Potala, winter palace of Dalai Lamas in Lhasa, was not bricks nor stones, but red plants in order to reduce the weight.
Brick red

Panorama

I took this in Tibet last year… Isn’t it peaceful?

Paint

I love painting when I was a kid… Unfortunately, during the 50’s, you might not be able to earn a living if you’re an artist!

Thanks God that I have time to pick up painting again after my retirement…🙏🙏🙏

These are a few of my work in the past years… Hope you like them!

My Cats:  Felix, Milky & Latte
Lotus
My Dad
First man on moon

Sun

We are living in the solar system and the earth cannot survive with the sun…

No matter it’s sunrise or sunset, no matter it’s at home or in any part of the world, it’s just incredible given that it’s the creation of God, isn’t it?

Octopus

Octopus (Chinese: 八達通) is a necessity for people living in Hong Kong…

Octopus

It’s a reusable contactless stored value smart card for making electronic payment for online or offline systems in Hong Kong.  It’s launched in September 1997 and its the second contactless smart card system in the world, after the Korean Upass.

This card is originally launched by Hong Kong mass transit system (MTR) but it has now grown to be used for payment in many retail shops, convenience stores, supermarkets, and fast food restaurants.  Other common Octopus payment applications include parking meters, car parks, petrol stations, vending machines, fee payment at public libraries and swimming pools, etc.

You can leave home without cash if and only if you carry the Octopus card…

Octopus card

Next time when you visit Hong Kong, remember to get one Octopus card!