This month’s theme is: Look Down. You can learn something when you look down.
I took a walking tour around Tiananmen Square and learned that these rectangular covers are for port-a-potties Beijing-style. When there’s an event they would open the tops and put tents over the areas for a little, very little privacy. Now I notice them around Wangfujing Street and near Qianmen Avenue.
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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:
Holiday spirit at the Novotel Xinqiao.
Tibetan Mask, on sale in Beijing
1. Each week, we’ll provide a theme for creative inspiration. You take photographs based on your interpretation of the theme, and post them on your blog (a new post!) anytime before the following Friday when the next photo theme will be announced.
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Other great photos: