These photos are my contribution to Thursday Doors, a door-lovers group hosted by Norm Frampton.
This is my final post on Wan Chai in Hong Kong. The following photos were taken as my husband and I strolled down Queen’s Road East.
This is Hung Shing Temple which was built in 1847. The altar inside was originally built on a stone along the shoreline. With land reclamation, the temple no longer has an unobstructed view of Hong Kong harbor.
Interesting side half-doors to the temple!
Inside this bakery is a lovely mural of old Hong Kong.
Should have gotten a closer shot of this door leading to Gu’s Embroidery shop. I liked the door handle.
I’ll leave you with this shot of a very tenacious tree. Wishing you a wonderful weekend!
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