Frosty foliage on Tai Mo Shan captured by city’s photographers

Photographers captured the rare, wintry sight as temperatures on Hong Kong’s highest peak plunged below zero. Photos: Terry Sze
Photographers captured the rare, wintry sight as temperatures on Hong Kong’s highest peak plunged below zero. Photos: Terry Sze

Temperatures on Tai Mo Shan hovered in the low single-digits and dipped below freezing point over the past week as a wintry spell hit the city.

Those who braved the cold and made a trip to the mountain got what they came for: sights of crisp frost formed on the green foliage that lines the mighty peak, a novelty in subtropical Hong Kong.

Read more: Frost seen on Tai Mo Shan as temperature on Hong Kong’s highest peak falls to -2.5 degrees

Photographers shared their finest captures with Coconuts.


Photo: Terry Sze
Photo: Terry Sze
Photo: Terry Sze
Photo: Terry Sze
Photo: Terry Sze
Photo: Terry Sze
Photo: Terry Sze
Photo: Terry Sze
Photo: Terry Sze
Photo via Bandy Chung.
Photo via Bandy Chung.
Photo via Bandy Chung.
Photo via Bandy Chung.

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