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    Quote Originally Posted by virago
    Anyway any good photographer can find a subject out of nothing so just wandering around can produce something out of nothing.
    Or even at home...

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    Quote Originally Posted by PSMaverick
    Or even at home...
    That's true but my home is too small and messy.. Even have problem finding a tidy spot , lol ;p
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    Finally we went to hk park which wasn't bad
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    I've taken some great snaps while hanging out at the bottom of the escalator in MTR stations ...



    (joke!)


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    Check the History Museum in TST and also the Cultural Museum in Shatin.


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    I am taking the afternoon off tomorrow and i plan to go shooting photos. The weather is not too good , a bit misty, any suggestions to where I can go?


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    The Hiking Meetup Group has a gentle stroll around Lamma Island planned (but you'd need to be able to get to Aberdeen in time to take the 12:30 ferry).


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    Quote Originally Posted by PDLM
    The Hiking Meetup Group has a gentle stroll around Lamma Island planned (but you'd need to be able to get to Aberdeen in time to take the 12:30 ferry).
    thanks but i can't make it to Aberdeen at 12:30. I wont be off till around 3 ish. Just wondering what i can shoot tomorrow..
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    That's hardly "taking the afternoon off" then is it!


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    Quote Originally Posted by PDLM
    That's hardly "taking the afternoon off" then is it!
    Ok , my apologies for the confusion . I am just looking for suggestions .
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