I don’t normally take pictures of fake flowers but I’ve walked by these so many times without noticing how much Taichung street grim has collected on their surface.
We went out to eat at a combination hot pot and barbecue. Toward the close of dinner we cooked dessert. This included marshmallows.
From a morning market in Taichung, Taiwan. Shot with 50mm 1.8 lens at f6.3 1/20 sec ISO 800. Well, I guess you can alway use the toe nails to pick your teeth at the end of the meal.
This image did not get posted on my blog as intended. As a result it is chronologically out of order. My Granddaughter Sarah really enjoys getting on a swing and being pushed. I wanted to experiment with taking this photo. I set the camera at 200 iso, f 11 and speed at 1/40 second, rapid burst. I then moved the camera to follow her…
This a typical roof top for buildings in Taiwan. The silver containers are for water storage. Water is pumped up to these tanks and then when needed water flows using gravity. Pumps are also needed when the flow of water is high.
This is a traditional house that faces the house we are staying in in an old section of Taichung. The left portion of this house has been remodeled and is of a very modern style. Most buildings in Taiwan are of a concrete construction with flat roofs
This is a gate in Taichung that I will try taking pictures of at different times of the day. Here is the first one taken at midday.
My Granddaughter Emily really enjoys getting on a swing and she is old enough to push herself. As with Sarah’s photograph I wanted to experiment. I set the camera at 200 iso, f 14 and speed at 1/40 second, rapid burst. I then moved the camera to follow her swinging. This was the only one of Emily that really showed the motion well and…
My daughter’s dog Claudine, (Dini) laid down on the chalked sidewalk that Emily and Sarah decorated. She will turn from a yellow lab to a blue lab.