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The Baroque Site Visit June 9, 2010   
Tung O Wan, South Lamma Photos by  Lamma-Gung

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Shek Pai Wan and Yung Shue Ha village

Mini Tin Hau temple

Approaching Shek Pai Wan beach

Shek Pai Wan pier

King Wong's private boat, the only boat in this bay for now

Occasional beach cleanings keep it reasonably well-kept

King Wong's low-key, no-name, numbers-only boat

"Tourist attraction" near the beach

Tung O village

One of numerous abandoned houses

Biggest snail I've ever seen on Lamma

Close-up

Typical Tung O residents

"Beware of Fierce Dog"

Awwww!

A sibling, also on a leash, probably to protect them from the leashed "Fierce Dog"

Not shy at all, getting friendly with one of the developers


After a downpour

A favourite Banyan tree

On the path to Sham Wan (Turtle Beach)

The sea of grass between Tung O and Sham Wan

A site visit or an eco-hike?

Sham Wan beach, from a safe distance during the closed summer months

Site visit successfully completed

King Wong Development's logo, fluttering in the wind

Farewell to Shek Pai Wan

TV/radio/mobile antennaes atop Ling Kok Shan

The "Stairway to Heaven" from Mo Tat Wan up to Ling Kok Shan

Additional antennaes being installed, broadcasting to Lamma and South HK Island

Ngai Tau, East-most outcrop of Lamma

Boat leaving Yung Shu Wan harbour, dropping us off and picking up Bobby Li


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