Couple riding bicycle in front of Bauhinia variegata flower tree at Tai po Road – Tai Wo, New Territories.
Stock Photo ID: hkdigit-20081030-062323
Good Morning Hong Kong….
Cirrocumulus clouds was seen over Tai Mo Shan. The above photo was taken at 06:23 a.m. on 30 October 2008.
Tai Mo Shan (大帽山) literally meaning “Big Hat Mountain” has the highest peak in Hong Kong, with an altitude of 958 m. It is located approximately at the geographical centre of the New Territories.
Cirrocumulus clouds (卷積雲) are high-altitude cloud, usually occurring at 16,000-40,000 feet. Like other cumulus clouds, cirrocumulus clouds signify convection. Unlike other cirrus clouds, cirrocumulus include liquid water droplets, although these are in a supercooled state. Ice crystals are also present, and typically, the ice crystals cause the supercooled water drops in the cloud to rapidly freeze, transforming the cirrocumulus into cirrostratus. This process can also produce precipitation in the form of a virga consisting of ice or snow. Thus cirrocumulus clouds are usually short-lived.
A Cloud over Sun Yuen Long Centre, Yuen Long, New Territories, Hong Kong.
Sun Yuen Long Centre at 8 Long Yat Road has 280,000 sq.ft. of total floor area housing a diverse mix of shops and restaurants, as well as a four-screen cinema. It is at the heart of Yuen Long’s transportation network, near the MTR Yuen Long Station and Light Rail Yuen Long terminal.
Stock Photo ID: hkdigit-20081011-124136
Hong Kong : 17 June, 2008 – Weather Forecast Issued at 21:45 HKT
An active trough of low pressure is bringing thundery showers to the south China coastal areas. Up to 7 p.m., more than 50 millimetres of rainfall were generally recorded over the territory, whereas more than 100 millimetres of rainfall were recorded over Hong Kong Island and the eastern part of the New Territories.
Location : Tai Lam Tunnel Interchange, Yuen Long, New Territories
Stock Photo ID: hkdigit-080617-194310
Place: Fung Yuen Butterfly Reserve, Tai Po, New Territories, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Equipment: Canon 30D, Sigma APO 180 EX DG MARCO HSM
The Blue Tiger (Tirumala limniace) is a butterfly found in India that belongs to the Crows and Tigers, that is, the Danaid group of the Brush-footed butterflies family. This butterfly shows gregarious migratory behaviour in southern India.