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Old Sep 16, 2008, 5:33 AM   #1
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Took the way of the Chinese University of Hong Kong to do some shooting before going home.Jolly doing so and usually I must end up with something. Perhaps, some of the species have treated me as their friend already.

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Old Sep 16, 2008, 5:35 AM   #2
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#1 above is an oriental common magpie

#2-3 is a common kingfisher in two different perching postures.


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Lovely shots of birds from you, as per usual. Keep on shooting pictures and posting. I enjoy your work.
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Nice shots once again wk7leung. I started the MBA programme at CUHK in August 1999. But I only stayed one semester before switching to another school. I lived on campus and then in Fo Tan for a while. Unfortunately, I wasn't into birding or photography back then. too bad!
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Nice shots once again wk7leung. I started the MBA programme at CUHK in August 1999. But I only stayed one semester before switching to another school. I lived on campus and then in Fo Tan for a while. Unfortunately, I wasn't into birding or photography back then. too bad!
Compared to overseas universities, CUHK is probably a bitsmall though it is the second largest in territory claim in Hong Kong. And I think the same is true as regardsthe availability of birds on campus. So, probably, you don't have to feel bad about missing the opportunity to shoot then.

I think what is good about Hong Kong is that we have lots of migratory birds bypassing Hong Kong as a result of change in seasons and that in recent years, more and more people are concerned about biodiversity. And, in this, I think digitaizing photography has some contributions to give as well.

Thanks for viewing and giving comments.

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Lovely shots of birds from you, as per usual. Keep on shooting pictures and posting. I enjoy your work.
Happy to know that you like the photos here. Many thanks for viewing and giving comments. Peter
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