But, as always, Mother Nature has its own way of displaying its sense of art when you least expect it. My patience was rewarded with an incredible view towards the town’s direction.
But unexpectedly, on the extreme right side where this Clock Tower is, a different color began to show up in the sky. A beautiful pink hue appears, and the Clock Tower also lit up with lights. I was awed by the sight and all I could do was run towards it.
Moving on to our next location at Hong Kong, we camped at Central Admiralty for the Symphony of Light. While we were there, I saw this beautiful coastline across with the gentle sunset Color transiting from the right to the left. It would be such a waste not to capture this vast skyline!
Organised by the Hong Kong Tourism Board, the Symphony of Lights appears every night with a combination of music orchestra, lights, lasers and fireworks.
The design of its overwater bungalows are mostly in the shape of a leave, resembling palm trees. If I had a drone back then, this would make for an absolutely stunning image. I went around the island to find a good composition for a clean shot of the villas forming a beautiful alignment towards the sea.
On one of the days when we’re at Maldives, it happens to be a staff appreciation day. It’s a day for everyone, including the village chief, to participate in showing appreciation to the team behind all the hard work and preparation they had done to ensure all guests are enjoying as much as they could.
You might be wondering. What’s this island that I’ve been to exactly? It should be fairly common to most of us in history, as it was previously used as a quarantine station back in the 19th century. This quarantine station was used for cholera cases that was detected among the immigrants in 1901 and much later, it was also used to quarantine victims of other diseases.