Thursday, January 16

Red - Roy G Biv 2014

I found red in Hong Kong.
A little shop in Yau Ma Tei where an elderly man stamps red packets with gold foil patterns and auspicious chinese characters. 
The red and white taxis of Hong Kong island caught in the reflective ceiling of a shop. There are blue and white taxis on Lantau island and in the New Territories the taxis are green and white. 
Some creative yarn bombing outside the FrancFranc store in Causeway Bay. 
Chinese new year is around the corner and I spotted these lacy paper decorations with exquisite details in a shop in Sham Shui Po.
Homeless - a store for quirky, cute and well designed products,there's something for everyone in the three floors the store occupies.

This has been fun.

The challenge searching for Red has been taken up by quite a few and there are many gems and to view them Jennifer has links to all those participating, on her blog. Click here for links.
 Have a good weekend.

8 comments:

Charlton Stitcher said...

Indeed it is fun - fun for you searching and fun for us looking! I especially liked the yarn bombing and that wonderful little Hong Kong shop. I'd so like to visit some day and you've whetted my appetite still further ...

Cindi said...

I just heard about yarn bombing recently--what a fun idea! And those lacy decorations are quite beautiful.

Blue Sky Dreaming said...

Maya, Your search for RED has turned up some beauties ... especially like the Chinese lacy paper decorations!

Susan Christensen said...

I love these urban reds, Maya. Nice to meet you!
-sus

Françoise said...

I love your chinese reds.
Yes, this challenge is a lot of fun.
Looking forward to the orange pictures now.



maya matthew said...

Thank you for stopping by to take a look and comment about the Reds I've collected.

Sharmon Davidson said...

I really enjoyed your beautiful Hong Kong reds- especially the jolly yarn bombing!

Jill Eudaly said...

The yarn bomb was a surprise! Nice red photos.

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