Well lit main streets make it safer for the scooters, who rarely if ever use headlights.
Knowing which way to go when is very confusing.
Food street. It looks like a pedestrian street, but….
Another food street.
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Here is a sampler of pictures from the alleyways just beyond the busy, dusty main streets in the older part of the town, taken on a lazy-ish Monday afternoon.
Peeking through into a traditional courtyard home.
A lot of living happens in the alley.
Grape vendor and friend.
Local gathering place.
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Pedestrian bridge across the Mihe.
This morning I took a lovely stroll along the Mihe River.
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Qufu, Confucious home town in Shandong Province, is a city of passages, paths and city gates.
All these were taken in Japan, in 2007, with a not new at the time Canon A510. It was a long time ago but I believe that the three above are Shinto shrines in Nikko. The Shinto shrines contrast with the very famous, very ornate, World Heritage Bhuddist Temples. The header image is from Nara.
Gap of Dunloe, County Kerry, Ireland.
Gap of Dunloe, County Kerry Ireland.
Going through some old pictures from our trip to Ireland in 2013. These are from a day trip through the Gap of Dunloe in McGillicuddy Reeks in Killarney. Time seems to go by fast, yet so much has happened since that it seems like both yesterday and a lifetime ago at the same time.
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