Photo of the Year
Antique New Year’s Rabbits
The January tradition for City Daily Photo is to post your best or favorite photo of the previous year. It’s certainly hard to choose. I finally chose the one above because rabbits are part of the New Year’s holiday in Asia.(They’re what East Asians “see” when they look at the moon and they are symbolic of fertility, cleverness, the feminine, silliness and numerous, often contradictory characteristics.)
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Entry with New Year’s good luck symbols
February’s City Daily Photo theme is entry and I love the doors in China. Here’s the entry to Walmart, so I’m going rather modern. In the winter stores like this hang a sort of blanket/curtain on the doors to keep in the heat.
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A favorite theme day posts
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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Every month the City Daily Photo blogs have a theme day. This month’s theme is façade. Above is my interpretation. To see more, check out City Daily Photo.
Mine’s taken in south west Beijing off of Qianmen Avenue.
At the beginning of the month the City Daily Photo Blogs display a photo that shows a theme. This month’s theme is the color green, hence the green door I saw in a hutong.
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