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When I was out and about recently, I saw some construction and was intrigued by the creative use of rebar. Great support system. For what, you ask. Just take a…

I recently discussed the presence of Starbucks in China and the impact of having something that looks and tastes like home nearby. While Starbucks has yet to…

My school recently had an art show for the AP art students. I volunteered to take photos of some of the works using my modified lens to give the pieces unique…

This is the only Harley dealership I have seen in China. While motorcycles are very common in China, I find this business rather puzzling here. Motorcycles…

Though I am not a huge fan of Starbucks in general, while living in China, it has come to represent the presence of western tastes — among other things. In our…

Seeing all the doors in the feed, I thought I would join in the fun at least for this week's theme. Here is a temple door I ran across on a back street in…

Xin Ji Church was built in 1848 and claims the title of the first Protestant Church in China. It resides in a plaza, surrounded by a mall on all sides and even…

A couple months ago, I found this abandoned school and took several photos of it. This last Saturday I returned with a friend and explored a bit more while…

As explained in my last post, I recently saw a post by Sabine in which he shot with a Helios 44 and introduced the added effect of reversing the front element…

So, I recently saw a post by Sabine in which he shot with a Helios 44 and introduced the added effect of reversing the front element that unusual lens. I…

A few days, I took a few long exposure photos at a favorite spot. The results were good (in my opinion) but were limited by the circumstances. Here is a photo I…

Here are the last few IR shots from my weekend walk. These were taken, again, at a variety of IR settings, I don't know, again, what the settings were. The…
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