Tuesday, June 22, 2010

A few photos from Hong Kong

 Rooftop garden in Hong Kong © Evelyn Howard 2010

I seldom came across quiet spaces in Hong Kong, but this roof-top garden is one of those places. I had the place to myself for a while. I love the colours and the space, and the contrast between the sculptural elements and the plants (also love the agave!).

 Plants growing in concrete © Evelyn Howard 2010

I am intrigued by these 2 trees, which seem happy in a rather odd place.

 Tree growing from building © Evelyn Howard 2010

And this plant seems to be growing from the side of a building, a few floors above the ground.

Floral arrangement © Evelyn Howard 2010

And finally, to conclude my Hong Kong photos for now, I’d like to share this photo of a simple yet very pretty floral arrangement.

6 comments:

danger garden said...

Great photos Evelyn, thanks for posting them! Those trees are crazy!

Melanie said...

Those trees growing out of the wall and the stairs are very intriguing, almost like sculpture. Looks like you are having a great trip Evelyn.

Megan said...

I LOVE the colorful wall on the rooftop garden! Those trees are pretty crazy too :)

Candy "Sweetstuff" said...

That tree growing out of the side of that house is amazing. I wonder what it looks like inside the house? Also rooftop succulent gardens are all the rage right now. They can really keep your house cooler in the summer.

InspireBohemia@gmail.com said...

The colored tiled art in the first picture is a great backdrop for the plants... and I love the trees growing out of/off buildings!

Julie said...

Neat tree photos! Wowzers!!! Never have seen trees in such odd places!

That top garden is so colorful and pretty!

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