son hiking in Hong Kong

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  1. admin

    admin Administrator Staff Member

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    Last edited: Mar 6, 2020
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  2. PlumpRump

    PlumpRump New Member

    Wow, pretty incredible how they are able to limit the sprawl. How many people live down in those places? What an amazing walk that would be. Lovely, thanks for sharing :D
     
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  3. admin

    admin Administrator Staff Member

    this is where my son lives on the nineteenth floor. :)

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  4. Angimac

    Angimac Well-known Member

    It looks great. The path of rocks looks a bit unstable though.
    I like the mist in the background.
     
  5. guest4

    guest4 New Member

    More hiking photos (y)

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  6. Angimac

    Angimac Well-known Member

    Great photos of the city. I like the colours, not just the usual grey.
    Doesn't London have a ferris wheel near the Thames?
     
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  7. admin

    admin Administrator Staff Member

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    From Wikipedia,

    The London Eye, or the Millennium Wheel, is a cantilevered observation wheel on the South Bank of the River Thames in London. It is Europe's tallest cantilevered observation wheel,[10] and is the most popular paid tourist attraction in the United Kingdom with over 3.75 million visitors annually,[11] and has made many appearances in popular culture.
     
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  8. Angimac

    Angimac Well-known Member

    Admin thanks for the info on the London Eye. I could not remember what the London ferris wheel was called.
    It is a bit difficult to see if they are the same type as they are on different angles. But they do have the same sort of setting.
     
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