This week on the Lens-Artist Challenge, we were challenged to “find something red”, which reminded me that it was Chinese New Year this past Saturday and just about everyone I know knows the color red is seen just about everywhere during Chinese New Year – red lantern, lights, red envelopes… Therefore, I think it’s fitting…
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And of course, the trip of the year has to be my second trip to China.
I have showed you plenty of bridges in the past and this time, I’m determined to find some new bridges in my archive, bridges I have completely forgotten. I hope you enjoy this selection of bridges from here and there.
When I visited China in 2017, I got to enjoy the festivities of Chinese New Year or Lunar New Year.
I used to tell people I’m from a small town because that was how I felt when I lived there. It turned out that small town has more people than the State I’m residing now. Now who’s from a small town?
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How can I not conclude this year’s A-Z challenge without a post about my hometown?
This was taken a year ago in 南朗 (Nan Lang), a small city outside of my hometown of Zhongshan.
I realized something yesterday! A year ago, I was in China, breathing in that warm humid semi-polluted spring air.
This week’s topic of Corner had me thinking, wondering how I should interpret this topic
Here is a panorama I took over the weekend when I visited Kootenay National Park in British Columbia, Canada.
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.
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.
You know, I thought phone cameras are supposed to be better these days but this picture didn’t turn out like I had expected.
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It’s difficult to say I haven’t spotted any green when I’m live in one of the greenest cities in China.
I went to the ranch one last time before leaving for my road trip and guess what I saw?
Here are some of the pictures I gathered from my visits to the ranch. I hope you enjoy my selection.
I went to the park a few days ago and took some brand new pictures especially some that involved me looking up at something. I hope you enjoy my selection. Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge
As I mention in the post, A Good Match, I ventured to the other side of the river on Sunday. First, I am guessing many of you are confused. River? The QiJiang (歧江) River basically runs through my hometown. My aunt calls the river, “The Stinky River”. I don’t blame her. It is pretty stinky.…