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That morning, we were a bit sleep deprived but still had to get out to Hoping (or Heping) Island Park on a super sunny morning. The coastal landscape is eroded in a way that… (continue reading…)
…. 奇岩怪石, 都能讓你駐足。不過在大熱天下，這邊是完全沒有甚麼遮蔽物，加上地表溫度，這邊其實真的會又熱又晒，所以一定要準備好飲水和遮陽傘啦！
…. gives you a lot of imagination. Some look like tofu, mushroom; some look like a ship, a train, or a throne. It was a great place to take lots of photos.
Before we entered the park, we passed by a seafood restaurant/store that sells this (the puffy fish!). Very difficult to prepare as a Japanese dish because it could poison you.
We went from the back door. The area seems quieter and not many visitors around.
From here, we could also see the Keelung Islet.
Hoping Island Park – Walk on a small path that takes you on a tour of the coastal scenery.
The waves after a typhoon.
After years and years of erosion, these rocks take on different forms.
These holes someone reminds me of the Dunhun art grotto.
This one looks like the head of a train.
Guess what they were doing…
準備好了就是要這個 pose 啦！
They were preparing for this action shot.
The natural throne.
Lots of rocks here have naturally beautiful patterns.
Hoping (or Heping) Island is a tiny island at the northern tip of Taiwan. You’d hardly notice it’s an island because it’s connected by a small bridge to the Taiwan island. But it has a beautiful landscape with all the eroded rocks along the coast and the abundance of seaweed.
On the eroded platform on the coast of Hoping Island and Badouzi, seaweed could be harvested during special seasons.
All kinds of seaweed found around the area.
這次我們利用類似壓花作品的方式用已經乾了的海藻完成我們的海藻 DIY 作品.
Making bookmarks with dried seaweed.
這個是我的傑作, 因為我拿到的那片海藻實在太像一棵樹, 所以我就想用中國古典的詩情畫意方式將它表現出來. 旁邊的字醜就別提啦..哈
We didn’t have to make a bookmark. We could make anything we wanted with the seaweed and paper given. So I got a seaweed that looked like a tree so I decided to turn it into something that has more of a Chinese painting feel.
Everyone so focused on getting their maserpiece done.
My practice writing.. xP & The final piece needs to be laminated to protect the seaweed.
Using recycled materials to make decorations.
The colourful finished products.
Other work that used unused logs and shells.
Related Posts // 這次相關的 Posts:
1. [ Keelung ] Follow the Typhoon Tides to a 2012 Museum // [ 基隆壯遊點 ] 跟隨颱風的海浪到 2012 年的海科館
2. [ Keelung ] Fishing Village, Fish Market and Night Market // [ 基隆壯遊點 ] 從漁村, 夜市到半夜三更的漁市
3. [ Keelung ] Peace Island and Seaweed DIY // [ 基隆壯遊點 ] 和平島與藻回八斗子
4. [ Keelung ] Gone fishin’ // [ 基隆壯遊點 ] 雞籠嶼 海釣去
My Past Related Posts // 之前和基隆壯遊點相關的 Posts:
– Keelung Ghost Festival with Youth Travel in Taiwan Program // 遊學台灣之與神鬼有約 – 基隆中元祭典