This week’s prompt is face. I’ve chosen the iconic Mao portrait. If you want to join the phone, head over to Daily Post, look around and find a picture or two of yours to contribute.
This week bloggers are challenged to post photos that embody the word: Face.
Some good photos:
FYI: Mao’s popularity is increasing.
This week bloggers are challenged to post photos that are abstract. Those familiar with China will know what is shown above, but still it’s an abstraction, not the real thing.
Some good photos can be seen:
Out front of a coffee shop in the hutongs south of Tiananmen Square the wall is covered with ancient writing with smaller symbols of the modern equivalent.
It’s quite cool.
A friend and I explored the New Jewelry Market behind the Pearl Market. We were surprised to find this store which seems to sell furnishings made from zebras and other exotic animals. I can’t get over this and wonder if they’re from real animals.
I hadn’t been back to the Forbidden City for years. The colors and design of the palace buildings still stuns.
This month’s City Daily Photo theme is the Beauty of Simplicity and what could be more beautiful and simple than an ancient cup made of clay?
To see more beautiful simplicity, click here.