As Butler and Bagman suggested, the photo shoot out today is supposedly Wild Life. Patty added that it shall be wildlife in our backyard, so here it goes..
Take a little walk and you'll see the entire building where we live..
This is the photo of our building, and if you look up in those trees especially in the morning, you will see and hear these lovely Wild Birds chirping and playing among the leaves..
As I had mentioned many times before, we are living in a flat so unlike the detached homes in the suburb, there are no wildlife here like rabbits.. Here's how our backyard in China looks like:
I am telling you this because if you will look closely at the red soil below the tree, that was where I got this slimy photo of the Shenzhen Wild Worms:
After successfully taking the photo of the slimy worms, I went back home to get ready to travel to my office. And when I was walking, I got the photo of this stray dog along my way.. Stray could mean wild, right? So consider this lovely little dog the Wild Doggie of Shenzhen:
If you'll visit our home, don't go near this tiled garbage bin. They might look lovely to you but when you look inside, you'll gonna end up meeting this Shenzhen Wild Rat..
Other than this wilds living side by side us, I can't think of any more until I saw variety of exotic wildlife in the cages of a nearby restaurant.. Chinese loves to eat exotic animals such as snakes, scorpions, bettles and other reptiles. I also saw there some exotic variety of fish. I'm not sure how to call it but it all looks scary to me..
These are the wildlife near my backyard.. Some of them looks slimy and yucky but if you will try to study deeply, you'll realize how they are being affected by the modern-day constructions causing the degradation, destruction and disturbance of their natural habitats..
Shenzhen China is a home to thousand variety of flora and fauna. I guess Shenzheners must learn the value of sustainable development.