June’s theme for City Daily Photo is: Shadows & Highlights, two key aspects of good photography.
I like cheese, but I doubt I’d be attracted to a restaurant called “Cheese Bomb.” I wish them well and if someone I respected said the food was good, I’d go, but otherwise I’ll just admire the mural.
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Good for a winter day, baked pumpkin.
Not a food I like, but many folks I know love shrimp. I think they’re hideous, but in the summer, for those who like them, I bet they’re refreshing.
On the first of the month, City Daily Photo (CDP) bloggers capture a chosen theme. Beijing’s Red Capital Club is in an old haunt of Chairman Mao’s. Fitting on National Day to show some of the details that give the place its vibe, its look.
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Not the best place, but I like the sign.