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This week’s topic of Corner had me thinking, wondering how I should interpret this topic
I was intrigued when I saw the topic for this week’s A Photo a Week Challenge.
I couldn’t believe this, at first, I thought I didn’t have any photos to do this challenge this week but upon looking into my archives, I discovered I have pictures of teddy bears, dolls, and toys.
When I saw the topic for this week’s photo challenge, I went scratching my head.
Before I change the photo topic from China to Canada, I want to share one more picture I took in China. That was shot in China’s Grand Canyon, as I hobbled along the trail. What to say about this photo? Hmm… Beautiful name, weird translation for the safety sign. Want more? Please check out my…
Here’s an oddball picture for ya!
I’m starting to have trouble with these Photo of the Day posts, probably because I need new ones.
This week’s topic is winter and water.
It has been about a week since I returned home from China
Just like most of the pictures I post on my blog, there’s a wonderful story that goes with each one.
Since this is my last week in China, I will be posting some shots that I took a while back as a reflection of my time in China.
These will probably be my last which way pictures of China.
I am borrowing my aunt’s picture because I couldn’t get the camera out quick enough.
You know, I thought phone cameras are supposed to be better these days but this picture didn’t turn out like I had expected.
What is this man pulling? He is pulling ginger to make ginger candy, a specialty of the Zhangjiajie, Hunan region. I shot this on the second night of my recent road trip. I found it interesting that this ginger candy resembled nothing like the ones my mom buys in Asian markets in the U.S. Therefore,…
In my weekend coffee share post about two weeks ago, I shared a preview of my recent trip to ZhangJiaJie which is located in the Northwest corner of Hunan Province. One of the places I visit during the trip was ZhangJiaJie Glass Bridge.
A violet lily to start your day?
Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge
If we were having coffee, I would tell you good morning and thanks for joining me for another weekly chat.
It’s difficult to say I haven’t spotted any green when I’m live in one of the greenest cities in China.
The City of Phoenix (凤凰) is located in the southeastern region of Hunan province.
This was one of the unique shops in the City of Phoenix (凤凰) in Hunan, a place I visited on the final day of my road trip.