Roy Strolls Down Memory Lane...With His Camera (Part 1)

Coiled incense lit on behalf of the person whose name is written on the bottom
A street fortune teller uses small birds to predict your fate
Tin Hou Temple was built in the 1800s. These paintings are showing their age!
Multitudes of coiled incense hanging from the roof of Tin Hou Temple
Pilgrims are busy praying and asking for fortunes in front of the temple's main hall
Tears run down your eyes when it seems like half of HK's residents are burning incense
An alley on the way to Wong Tai Sin Temple where everything from incense to lanterns are on display
On the way to Temple Street, one of HK's sudden downpours
A traditional pawn shop still looks the same as when I was a kid, over 40 years ago!

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