Tuesday, April 22, 2008

PLT #4 from China

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Yipppeeee! This is my 100th post!
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Since I"m still rummaging through pics from China, I thought this might work for PLT. I hope it qualifies as "looking through." It might be a stretch but I like the image. We were in China last July. It was HOT and HUMID. Very. When we heard we had the chance to go to a museum, we jumped at the opportunity thinking it would be indoors and air conditioned. Ummm, no. Who heard of an open air museum??? No A C. No breeze. But nice images!



Check out the rest of the Project Looking Through links at Mark's blog, Regular Life.

All my PLT entries:

1. Oranges
2. Moon by Daylight
3. Upside Down Elmo

19 comments:

napaboaniya said...

Somewhere in China? Those red lanterns and dark rosewood like structures are pretty outstanding :)

My PLT @ http://napaboaniya.wordpress.com/2008/04/22/apad-41-plt-wwtue/

timtim said...

Very cool shot. Would love to go to China someday!

Mark said...

Somehow I never think to shoot photos like this, but I've always loved them. I'll have to keep an eye out from now on.

Bunny Trails said...

Nice composition. I really like this.

Bunny Trails said...

Oops - I forgot to tell you CONGRATS on your 100th post! That's pretty cool. :D

Ticoy Patrick said...

Nice photos! what camera do you use?

Karly said...

I think this totally works for PLT. I like this one.

And, congrats on your 100th post. Come on over to my place. We have something in common today. :)

Karen of Sillymonkeez said...

That is a perfect shot. You had everything lined up. I love red lanterns!! They are so festive.

Val said...

Congratulations on your 100th post!

This picture is perfect....and the others for your project green are wonderful too.
You need to post a basic instruction for us amateurs. I could really use someone to explain to me all those buttons that I have and no idea how to use them!

Was wondering? Is Lily named after a family member, the lily pads or you both just loved the name?

Raven said...

Seems like a perfect "looking through" photo. Everything is in such perfect symmetry. You've got some green in here too. You could probably offer it for Project Green too.

janeser28 said...

nice!!!i hope to visit that place one day!!!


http://janeser28.blogspot.com

Melli said...

This is GORGEOUS!!! Really!

Melli said...

OH YEA! Congrats on the 100th post!

Lacey Lichi said...

I wasn't at all offended by your comment! I have very mixed feelings about graffiti. Other than the train, it was in places where it was commissioned to be. It can be beautiful art. But it can also be vandalism. Thanks for taking the time to clarify! I'm enjoying your work as well. Congrats on the 100th! I'm almost there.

Carletta said...

Robert: I love this shot; especially that pop of red!

Congratulations! Me too, me too!
My 100 is tomorrow. I tried to work green in.

Here's to the next 100.

shubd07 said...

I found the symmetry in the shot so very beautiful !! A lovely composition . It has such a composed and serene feel to it .
Reminded me of one of my pics.

http://click-shubd.blogspot.com/2008/04/serene.html

Thanks for stopping by.

Robin (the PENSIEVE one) said...

Love the perspective of this; your eye is drawn all the way through.

GREAT PLT photo!

Robin said...

CONGRATS ON YOUR 100TH POST, TOO!!

Lesley said...

I love these types of photos. Halls, walkways.....just so neat to look at straight on.