Saturday 22nd October saw URFC and Gai Wu competing under the blazing sun and the watchful gaze of Lion Rock. After a strong start URFC wilted in the heat (only two subs for the entire game) but hung on to win 17-15.
Under the Dome is a mini-project that I have wanted to undertake for quite some time. Unfortunately I didn’t have the necessary equipment as it took longer than anticipated to construct a time machine. However, once complete, I was able to use the machine to travel 200 years into the future to a time when we have poisoned the environment to the point it can no longer sustain human life for any except the few who live under the domes. But even if you are one of the lucky few, life is far from safe. Maybe you will be this year’s human sacrifice in a neo-pagan fertility ritual.
I realise that my (tongue in cheek) post apocalyptic view of the The Eden Project isn’t what most people experience when they visit. In fact in a world filled with war, pollution, poverty and inequality the Eden Project acts as a small beacon of hope that there are people who care about the planet (and their fellow man).
The facility, in Cornwall, England, comprise a garden and a pair of biomes (bio domes) which house a Mediterranean garden and the worlds largest enclosed rainforest. For more info on the educational projects that the Eden Project undertake check out their websites at http://www.edenproject.com
Saturday 24th October was Ladies Day at the University of Hong Kong, Stanley Ho Sport Ground in Sandy Bay. University Rugby Football Club played three games and raised money for the HK Breast Cancer Foundation.
Game 1 – URFC vs Trimex Typhoon plan B
URFC won 34-10
Welcome. I'm Dan Marchant and I'm a Hong Kong based photographer. I shoot architecture, food and sport, as well as street photography.