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Sunday April 17, 2011

SHANGHAI AND HANGZHOU – This morning we took a high speed train to the lovely city of Hangzhou. The idea was to spend the day and a night at Hangzhou, a medium-sized city surrounding an extensive system of shallow lakes. It was the capital of the Song Dynasty and has an extensive group of Buddhist temples, and Buddhist statuary carved into living rock. We went via a hypermodern Hongqiao rail station – the Chinese are sensational at designs for moving people. Here is the rail terminal (Leica M9 and 24mm Summicron, two frames stitched) and one of the Hangzhou temples (Leica M9 and 24mm Summicron):

Hongqiao rail station Shanghai
Hongqiao rail station Shanghai
Rail terminal Shanghai
Rail terminal Shanghai
Temple Hangzhou
Temple Hangzhou

On this day last year: Next table at a club.

Two young women
Two young women

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