Xilou, Taiwan April 09, 2016
Category: Photography, Portrait, Taiwan, Uncategorized Tagged: bars, looking, Matzu Festival, Old man, Photography, Taiwan, Timothy S. Allen, watching, Xilou
You seem to get around and I love the images that result from your travels.
Thank you so much. It does seem that I’ve been traveling a bit. These projects in Taiwan are more work oriented although I do get some individual shooting done.
Intriguing. Hope those are security bars and not about incarceration.
Thank you. This was the transom above his door.
This is wonderful Tim! You are constantly traveling the world?
Thank you. Yes, I seem to be doing that. Next week we had to Bali where my wife has a short term artist residency. I’m looking for some rest and personal photography.
Good for you, enjoy!
The automatic spell changing is driving me crazy. Solutions: slow down and and check for corrections, turn it off, or just throw up my hands and give up in disappear (there is goes again). End result, “I can’t spell.”
This photo is great.
Sherry, thank you. I happened to notice this man looking out the area above his door. He lived in a house that looked like a wreck.
Super good photo! Feels like a magical, timeless moment!
Richard, thank you.
I’m not sure the magical would fit. The statement above his door is the center of three parts that go around a door to celebrate the Chinese New Year is, “Four Seasons Safe and Sound.” He was not quite sound of mind. The scene was a bit disturbing with his mumbling and being incoherent.
I guess not so magical in real life!
True and unfortunate.
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