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Thread: Favourite Pics from HK

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    Alongside my trippy there are loads of photo's but I wanted to share my favourite ones with you first in a separate thread as it might take me a while to write my trippy


    Children in China

    Statue at the Giant Buddah

    Boats in Stanley Dock

    View from 'The Peak'

    Panda in Ocean Park

    Our message on the beach

    A shot of Siobhan (not OUR Siobhan)

    Shot from the back of a tram

    Jellyfish in Ocean park's aquarium

    A random flower shot

    Vanessa in the sea

    Red panda

    Enjoy!
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    Wow didn't even know there were such things as red pandas. Love the cute kids in the bucket and bowl.

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    Those are great shots! Where are you hiding? Behind the camera?












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    Those photos are amazing! They look as though they were taken by a professional!

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    Quote Originally Posted by foreverducky, post: 166890
    Those photos are amazing! They look as though they were taken by a professional!
    yeap!

    those are postcard perfect!





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    beautiful!!!

    Off to read the first part of the trippy :D



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    great pics :)

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    Awesome photos mate really lovely - the kids in the bucket could be a National Geographic shot.

    Red Pandas are in most British zoo and were my most favouritist animal in the world when I was little; I used to go straight to the red panda enclosure at Marwell and refuse to move all day

    Didn't get to see the fabled Chinese fighting tortoise then?

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    Great photo's Josh. I love the one of the children in the buckets. And if only l looked as young and beautiful as the your Siobhan.
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    Thanks guys :) I'm sorting out my photo's for part 2 & 3 of the trippy now so it should be up tonight sometime
    Quote Originally Posted by Skywatcher, post: 166932
    Awesome photos mate really lovely - the kids in the bucket could be a National Geographic shot.
    Loads of people love that shot.. on the plane home there was a photography competition advertised in the in-flight magazine, and the theme for this 3 months was 'Children'- I thought the shot would be perfect but when I read the T&C's you had to be 18 to enter
    Red Pandas are in most British zoo and were my most favouritist animal in the world when I was little; I used to go straight to the red panda enclosure at Marwell and refuse to move all day
    They are pretty amazing at climbing. These ones also seemed quite tame- we watched the keeper taking out their old food and putting fresh food in and one particular panda wouldn't leave his side and was getting his head tickled!!!
    Didn't get to see the fabled Chinese fighting tortoise then?
    Nope but I did get to see some live turtles being slaughtered for food along with some toads In England I'd probably be devastated but at the end of the day, it is a choice between that and poverty for most of the people so I wasn't too upset.
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