China: Tea

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    PHOTOabruzzo, batixa, Surreale, and 18 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. artsy_T 72 months ago | reply

      wow. this is fantastic.

    2. PHOTOabruzzo 72 months ago | reply

      A lovely document, well framed beautiful lighting - a shop like shops used to be. Love the very modern teapots - which gives some contrast between what feels "old" and the new.

    3. archanasr 72 months ago | reply

      Aww! I love tea and this looks so lovely!

    4. southwest girl 72 months ago | reply

      i would love some jasmine and oolong
      great shot steve, so well composed and a very creative image

    5. Maggie's World ... 72 months ago | reply

      Yes, this is precious.

    6. rimawa 72 months ago | reply

      Beautifully done Baba!

    7. KarenMarleneLarsen 72 months ago | reply

      So very interesting a shot. I envy your eye and abilities every day. From the thumbnail thought it was Mah Jong. Maybe one of those will appear before you leave China. :-)

    8. Cybjorg 72 months ago | reply

      Awesome, Steve.

    9. HopsMaltYeast 72 months ago | reply

      Excellent - love the soft shadows and contrasts.

    10. Matt Cline 72 months ago | reply

      Excellent. Is this at the Chen ancestral temple?

      All the tea in China

    11. Colors of My Dreams 72 months ago | reply

      Beautiful...I'm a tea crazy too :)

      Thanks Yasminay for the heads up :)

    12. Bill from Boston 72 months ago | reply

      i like this one too steve. love the geometry

    13. ai pohaku 72 months ago | reply

      such a simple yet beautiful capture.

    14. Luis Eduardo ® 72 months ago | reply

      loved the concept, the lighting is great

    15. vanouxe [deleted] 72 months ago | reply

      i love the details

    16. E. B. Sylvester 72 months ago | reply

      Great geometry, colors are reflecting the athmosphere of the place. A very nice shot!

    17. ` ®© ROBERTO CARBONI 72 months ago | reply

      wow great one.congrats

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