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.
Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge
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.…
Here are some of the pictures from my last visit to the ranch. I hope you enjoy my selection.
Today is my cousin’s 21st birthday. Oh how they grow up so fast. When I left China, he was just a little boy and now, he’s grown into a young man who makes his own decision about hair, school, and life. Happy Birthday, cousin!
I couldn’t believe I forgot about this picture! This was taken when my aunt and I went for a stroll after dinner one night.
This was the very first Bank of China to be opened in Zhongshan but it’s been re-purposed for the Pedestrian Street
I am tailoring this week’s photo of the day to the Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge. This week’s topic is Repurpose and I believe I have some photos in mind.
This is alley behind my aunt’s apartment.
Here is a look at the Ferris Wheel in daylight.
This is one of my favorite night shots ever.
Finding sculptures, statues, and carvings are much easier to find here in China than in the U.S.
This is a very cute clock tower I found at the nearby mall.
I have decided to continue this series for one more day since there’s a possibility I might not be home yet.