Cheng long Village, Kohu Township, Yunlin County, Taiwan, April 10, 2015
Category: Architecture Tagged: architecture, building, Cheng Long Village, contemporary, Photography, Taiwan, Timothy S. Allen, traditional, Yulin County
Very appealing 😉 The rope / wires into the hole in the bricks are a nice touch.
Thank you. There’s a traditional home here in Chenglong that I’ve been trying to photograph but the weather has not cooperated. This week’s weather appears to be better. We’re off to see a bamboo master this morning. Should be good for photography.
You’ll never guess which uses Oil of Olay.
Excellent composition. 🙂
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