Pulsars, Plants, and Present Participles

'Journeys in Hong Kong and Beyond'

In No Particular Order (photos)

It was Metallica’s first time in Hong Kong and they did not disappoint. They played for 2.5hrs.

Metallica!!! On January 20th we rocked out to Metallica.

Nance in Cambridge with a 9 foot snowman who was beginning to melt a little.

Sunday was far better. The lovely Lucy Rose was on Stage.

We all just rocked along.

Rain didn’t stop us from enjoying the show

Clockenflap!! 3 days 5 stages and over thirty bands. This is Parliament Funkadelic on Stage. George Clinton is the one in the Gold Jacket.

George Clinton and Parliament Funkadelic on stage at Clockenflap.

My Mom and Ron looking good.

The Bar at Totts

The winding highways along the Harbour. The view from the Totts where Nance and I enjoyed a lovely brunch with friends.

A flooded Ti Tam Bridge prevented traffic from crossing for a couple hours Wednesday night.

The heavy rains made for great flow through the Koi ponds.

McDonalds is always open, even when Starbucks is closed.

It wasn’t slippery.

Weathering the storm

School was closed for the day so I went out for photos

A little rain didn’t stop drink by the pier

Shortly after Brad left Typhoon Hit Hong Kong

My inuksuk looks over our kayaks while Brad and I enjoy our private cove.


Kayaking at Stanley Beach

Big Buddha

Cable Car journey to Big Buddha

Neon Hong Kong

swords in the park

Brad and I stumbled upon these deadly ladies in Kowloon Park

A majestic dance of skill and poise.

The set of Miami Vice, or is it?


Red sails of the Aqua Luna

A city of colour and light.

My brother and me having lunch by the sea.

Brad on the Stanley Boardwalk.

Nance’s royal meander.

Ginger entrance.


Mmm theater popcorn

Three amigos on our way to Big Buddha

Hong Kong’s friendly neighbourhood spider

‘It’s a breakdancer!’ ‘It’s Adam waiting for God!’ ‘Wait no it’s just Fraser taking a photo.’

getting inked

Around Hong Kong in Eight Days

Victoria Harbour

Nailed it!

setting off on the Aqua Luna

‘Don’t be koi come out here and join us.’

Rainbow in the Harbour

Neon Central

Walking through water.

Sometimes the ally is not a shortcut but a photo opportunity.


Brad and Nance at the park

Brad in the Street Markets of Central

Enjoying a Coke Zero in Time Square

Michelin Star Dumplings

Brothers on the beach

Brother 2016

Brad at the Peak

Fraser • 07/02/2017

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