Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #30 – Unexpected

Anne-Christine asks us to show how we interpret “Unexpected.”

My trip to Hong Kong and Japan was filled with unexpected experiences. Even though I grew up in Hong Kong, nothing is the same as the place I left it years ago. During our nine-day stay, we were accompanied by family members to go places. I found all these places new to me except remembering some of the street names.

I only include some photos of a few places we visited..

Kowloon Park is the largest park in Hong Kong. I couldn’t believe seeing flamingos there.

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We found a huge indoor playground for Autumn to run around.

On the hiking of Pinewood Battery Heritage Trail, I learned the history of the batteries traced back to 1841.

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Ocean Park features marine life, black and white pandas, red pandas, and even roller coasters.

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Autumn and the penguins.

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We spent five days in Kyoto, Japan. On top of Arashiyama is the Monkey Park. I witnessed the grooming behavior alive, yea!

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In the Reindeer Park, Nara, Japan, the reindeer are friendly but fearlessly approach visitors, bowing, asking for food.

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Anne-Christine’s Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #30 – Unexpected

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