Saturday, July 24, 2010

This is where I live

Maybe you would be interested to know where I live, the city of buildings, Hong Kong.

Here it is.






I can barely breathe. Totally suffocating!!

The city for buildings, but not human. Someday, the buildings will turn into living robot and kill all the human. I mean it.

7 comments:

Felicity said...

Are these the view from your window? That first one has so much tension and the second is just gorgeous with those hills and lush green. These are great photos Vicky, thanks for sharing!

tanuki =^.^= said...

To tell the truth I've been scared of HK just because of pix like that... But I think I'll visit it one day though... it's the place of great people who haven't been crushed by the buildings yet ^.^

Ana Goncalves said...

Wow, interesting place! I still think that cars are machines and come alive during the night, and will one day gobble up people in their mouths. heehe :)

tanuki =^.^= said...

Dear Vicky... Have you got my letter by now? Somehow I have the feeling that my letters that I've sent on that same day didn't arrive... I wonder whether I should go and kill someone at the post office where I've sent it...

Vicky said...

@ Felicity. I wish I could take those pictures. I didn't take them, I find them on flickr. You inspire me to take pic out of my window and put it here! More details on how this city really is. Horrifiying.

@ Tanuki. Come and feel the crowdness and madness in this city! I'll be your guide! I haven't got your letter yet. Have some faith on your postman, I guess they just taking nap. =) Hoping they will arrive real soon! I'll let you know whether they arrive or not.

@ Ana. Haha. I guess car and skycrapers will joint hand and kill all the human!

Vicky said...

Felicity, THANKS a lot for your postcard! It was a rainny day when the lovely umbrella postcard arrived! Just on time! It's geogeous!

Cynthia L. said...

Hi Vicky! I found your blog because I will be a swap partner with you from the Swap-Bot postcard swap.

Hong Kong does look very scary. I live in a small town in the country and would find it hard to breathe in Hong Kong. Look forward to following you. Come on over and visit my site - would love to have a new friend!