Layered

Choi Hung Estate, Hong Kong, November 2018


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Pat at Chronicles of an Anglo Swiss

Ryan Photography
Sandy at Out of My Write Mind
Su Leslie at Zimmerbitch

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TiongHan’s Blog
Woolly Muses

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Copyright Debbie Smyth, 1 December 2019

Posted as part of  One Word Sunday

44 thoughts on “Layered

  1. I thought this slab apartment block looked like it might be from my neck of the woods – we have very similar housing apartment buildings like these in Singapore.

    This is an apropos reminder to think of Hong Kong and the struggles they are facing.

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