Category Archives: architecture
The Chinese pavilion is an interesting structure. It has no walls, is most often hexagonal, but also round or octagonal in shape and is covered with a curved roof with glazed tiles. You find them in parks, gardens, out on … Continue reading
If you search online you will notice that there are a number of photographers who are fascinated by doors and capture them in every shape, size and color. There is something intriguing about doors and the mood and attitude they … Continue reading
A man ducked into a city church one late afternoon taking a brief look at the architecture and stained glass windows. As he turned to go the usher told him, “Wait till the lights go on.” His curiosity aroused the … Continue reading
Well, not exactly, but with 85 floors and a height of roughly 350m the Tuntex Sky Tower, Kaohsiung’s highest building, offers a chance to see a bit like a dove up in the sky would. A 360 degree viewing platform on … Continue reading
So this week’s photo challenge is curves. Come to think of it there is very little straightforward in life. Looking back on my own I see many twists and turns. There is hardly a straight line in nature but curves … Continue reading
This week’s photo challenge is “Earth”. It is hard to know where to start and where to end. Earth surrounds our life in so many ways. Most of us live in houses made from bricks, cement and stone. In hot … Continue reading
Silhouette of a Ferris wheel. It is located on the roof of Kaohsiung’s Dream Mall, one of the largest shopping malls in Asia.