There are thousands of uber-ornate doors in China. Here I focus on doors with people. Because after all, isn’t that what doors are for – to enter.
I love the way these photo challenges make me look at my photos differently. This one was taken at a market in Fengdu, China a few years ago.
Hong Kong. It’s bustling and surprisingly clean for a city this size. Well-dressed business people walk rapidly along the elevated sidewalks through the transit stations and ride the Central Pedestrian Escalator – right along with nannies pushing red-haired babies, students and tourists of all ages. It’s about 7 minutes (and $2.50 HKD) to take the Star Ferry between Hong Kong Island and Kowloon. In the past, we’d seen the iconic sites of… Read More
We have very quickly abandoned our plans for going to Macau tonight and have decided, instead, to relax and enjoy the beautiful Peninsula Hotel. The need for rest is paramount, particularly for the one who never sleeps on the plane (and that would not be me, who can, unfortunately, sleep in any moving vehicle). It was a smart move to have the hotel pick us up. I knew that would mean a… Read More