First and foremost, let me say that I will no longer be able to produce a drawing and painting a day as I have been. And I only have a full time job to blame for this. It’s too bad
As you leave Yung Shue Wan headed towards Suk Kwu Wan you begin to pass a lot of free-form construction methods in the houses. In this particular house it didn’t appear that the floor lined up from room to room.
One of the things I love about Lamma Island is the great view while dining. Virtually every restaurant has outside seating. And come to think of it, very few indoor seats. Now this drawing was done a while back while
Yung Shue Wan has one main road that eventually makes it the 7k journey to Sok Kwu Wan Village. I say road, but it’s really a sidewalk that is never more than 2 meters across. In some places it’s narrow
This pen & ink drawing is from close by where I used to live in Yung Shue Wan, Lamma Island. The hills around Yung Shue Wan are incredibly steep and the paths wind sharply around thick bamboo groves and houses.