I am fascinated by doors....especially the closed/bolted ones. Intrigue and anticipation; wonder and awe..... Antique window wooden frames and a missing door of an ancient house in Old town, Salalah, Sultanate of Oman. The style, colour says it all and the fancier the better. In Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island (waterfront).
Toronto: Steel replaces bamboo as you gaze up at the stylised six-storey 'forest' canopy, sun light streaming down through the louvres, highlighting the facades of heritage buildings of Downtown Toronto. Designed by Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava, this pedestrian thoroughfare connects the much photographed atrium of Allen Lambert Galleria or the 'Crystal Cathedral of Commerce' to Bay … Continue reading Lines–Vertical and Criss Cross
Hong Kong is...crowded, colourful, pristine, naturally green, temple-d..... the list could go on. You know you are in Hong Kong when you come across permanent fixtures of a city that surprisingly is always on the move. Revisiting on a short break, May 7-17, 2018, I stood captivated by a city that 'is more than a place … Continue reading Hong Kong …..Narratives
Kung Hai Fat Choi to my blogger friends. You must be wondering why I am wishing months late when it was celebrated on Friday 16th February 2018. The reason is nostalgia for the colors, festivities, decorations, entertainment and the urge to travel. 2018 was to be my year of travel, of discoveries, of adventure. But the … Continue reading The Inner Connect —Hong Kong