The tide didn't drop to a "good" height for photography until about 10:00hrs, but the prospect of a bit of sunshine led me to decide to get down there and see what might be possible.
A couple of dozen Tufted Duck drifted in the creek and there was enough light for a few inflight shots.
Inevitably, a few Great Cormorants were moving about, too.
Once the mud next to the slipway was exposed, a Spotted Redshank came obligingly close…
followed by a Black-winged Stilt.
A Black-faced Spoonbill landed only twenty metres away..
This is a rather grubby young bird; - only the more mature ones have a black bill pattern like scorched wood.
The view of the Nam Sang Wai slipway as I left ( The high rise buildings are in Shenzhen ).
Not the most beautiful of sites for photography, but there always seems to be something around.