The culinary speciality of Hong Kong is seafood and one can salivate over the varieties, the distinctive flavors of fresh preparations or like me capture the shapes, sizes and colors on camera. I am not much of a  fish person but cannot resist stopping in lanes, alleys, fish markets and sea-fronts where tanks of live fish, prawns, scallops, crabs, clams, oysters and carts of dried seafood vie for attention.

Straight from the fishing boat…Sai Kung

Dried fish on Cheung Chau Island

Fresh Fish in an alley in Wan Chai

Assorted variety, fish market, North Shore

Crabs  in North Shore fish market. Wondered if they colored the insides…….

Finally a cooked sample at a wedding in Taizhou, China