In between the sunny days in Hong Kong, we had a few days of rain last week. I had a early morning stroll to the fishermen's village off the Yung Shue Wan pier on Lamma Island in light drizzles and tried out my new Fuji Finepix X100. Compared to my Nikon D700, it looks like a toy but the quality of the pictures is really good. I've decided to carry it everyday and everywhere I go.
We have the feeling that this corner on the island will soon disappear and be forgotten. There are still signs of people living here, but a lot less than before. The local god worshipping niche was gone and running crabs filled the wet and narrow alleyway. Lamma is losing its orginal charm, day by day now that the government and developers waste no time digging open natural trails and pouring concrete into them. In no time, Lamma will become a second Cheung Chau.