Well to be honest it was Yim Tin Tsai but it offers photographic treasures. Here is part of today’s haul.
I started with a lichen. I had 3 lenses with me so I had to keep changing depending on what I wanted to photograph. Here the only option was the 180mm macro. This is probably Bulbothrix isidiza (ID suggestion courtesy Mercury Wong).
And I used the same lens for this flower, Mussaenda pubescens. I hope it passed the Gingold test!
Much of the treasure is to be found in the derelict houses. I suspect they may not be structurally safe but neither am I so it seemed a reasonable risk to go inside. These are all taken with a 24-70mm F2.8 lens.
I didn’t try the window seat. Neither did I try the wine. And the iron was well, just any old iron. (Cue Mrs. Mills?)
We left earlier than planned as the clouds grew threatening. Before we caught the boat back we slurped down some delicious noodles with ham and a fried egg. Loads of lovely cholesterol. Oh and a cup of black coffee. And as we disembarked I couldn’t resist these fine fish waiting to be sold off a boat tied up alongside.
I hope you like these because there is a better than evens chance you will get more tomorrow. Consider yourself warned.