Here are some of my travel photos to the historical Peninsula of Macau. Consists of a 2 hour flight to Hong Kong, plane snaps of flightmates, a little bit of faux fur styling, shooting at some weird looking structures on the way to China Ferry Terminal, window silhouettes in a speeding turbojet to the peninsula, 51st floor falling view at one of the world's tallest tower and empty street shooting together with alternating Chinese-Portuguese signs in Macau.
And below are some random scenes I took along the way. Waiting for cotton candy cloud patterns on a flight to I heart HK, seascape to Macau that looks like an oil painting -so beautiful, refreshing store beside the famous Ruins of St. Paul's Cathedral, passed by Grand Prix Museum and streets of Macau Formula racing, mesmerized by Casino and Grand Lisboa dancing lights plus the mind-boggling over the top detailing and stared heavily to hypnotizing night going back to Hong Kong city.
I wore a thrifted skirt, Gap gray sweater, sample faux fur swatches in shades of beiges and grays (made into a faux fur scarf), Charriol ring, Tag Heuer watch, Omega round gold necklace, LV 30, mom's vintage Versace shades and Forever 21 shoes. I will share new set of photos from my Hong Kong City tour next!