A Word A Week Challenge: Roof

Have you ever stood on a high point and looked down onto a city full of roofs.  The best one in my memory has to be at a pagoda looking straight out onto the Forbidden City in Beijing.  Unfortunately, I don’t have one of that view anymore as it was before digital camera days 😉

My passion is taking pictures of roofs with special designs like the ancient China roof designs in Nunnery and Pagodas, etc. There’s something about it that appeals me, maybe its because its part of my history.

Some photos from my Hong Kong trip in 2009 🙂

Roof of Chi Lin Nunnery

Roof of Chi Lin Nunnery

Exploring one of the trails in Hong Kong

Exploring one of the trails in Hong Kong

The extended rooftops surrounding the Giant Buddha in Lantau Island

The extended rooftops surrounding the Giant Buddha in Lantau Island

Roofs of Stanley :)

Roofs of Stanley 🙂

And now for a little bit more today 🙂

The rooftops around my work! :) Taken earlier this year...

The rooftops around my work! 🙂 Taken earlier this year…

Doesn’t it make you want to dance around like in Mary Poppins? Love rooftops so much! 🙂

This is my response to Sue from A Word in Your Ear’s A Word A Week Challenge: Roof 🙂 Please go HERE to check out her beautiful entry and other wonderful ones as well 🙂

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