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Downtown Wenzhou has a lot of cool buildings. I think this is the Performing Arts Center.
In China it's easy to find places where the rural meets the urban. To the right is downtown, modern, Wenzhou. To the left is one of the villages that surround the city. Eventually these villages will be no more, becoming a district within the ever growing city.
It's been awhile. Things are going to be busy this semester in the PRC. Besides teaching classes, I've also started my MA in Applied Linguistics. My postings are going to be few and far between for the next little while. Until next time here's a view of the Museum of Monterey, aka MOM.
Sometimes GPS will send you on a wild goose chase. According to Google Maps and Baidu Maps my bank was inside this building. In reality this building was still under construction. The only thing inside was this lovely staircase and a couple of security guards.
Found this little park/temple type complex wandering around Hangzhou's West Lake one early morning.
The 798 Art District is by far my favorite place in Beijing. There are loads of art galleries, cafes, and an endless supply of inspiration.
The Palm Springs windmills at the base of Mount San Jacinto
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In honor of booking my ticket to California for the winter holiday, I decided to post an old photo that I never got around to working on.
Over the summer I got to spend a few days in Shanghai. This shot was made in Red Town. It's a small version of the 798 Art District in Beijing. There are a lot of interesting galleries and sculptures scattered throughout.
I was wandering around Los Angeles yesterday in the time between dropping off my application for a visa to China and getting my visa, when I saw this building. I immediately knew I had to photograph it. This is one of those building that made me wish I had the ability to fly, the only superpower a photographer needs, or knew the security guy for the building across the street so I could get roof access. I shot all ten images in the Instax cartridge and this was the only one I liked.
This building is across from the street from the North gate to the college I teach at. I saw the sunset on this building after eating a late lunch at the cafeteria. I had to go back today and photograph it.
I decided to enter the way-back machine and rework one of my old photos in Lightroom. I'm liking this version a lot better than the original from 2008. You can see the first take here www.flickr.com/photos/ken_larmon/3529737587/in/photostream.