Taiwan by Sheesen

Taiwan, Taipei, the tall Taipei 101 building, Dragon Boat Festivals, street musicians, difficult letters (at least for me), The National Cheng Kung University, strange dressing codes for young girls, some modern Navy boats, Confucian temples: far away from Germany I try to understand this country nevertheless. A big help is the connection to SHEESEN / Sing Way, who daily watches my flickr activities – and me, I’m trying to understand him, watching his photos, topics. For example: the National Museum of Taiwanese Literature, featuring the “Agitation century = The German dark spots”: cats and a rat as writers! Through the internet connection we get closer, are learning about each other, noticing some bridges. Photography (and guitar music) joins us, whereas the communication via letters still is difficult …
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the 6 photos below are shot by Sheesen / Sing Way:
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strange dressing codes:
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2
playing guitar:
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3
Navy activities:
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4
German agitation:
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5
strange letters:
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click on the pictures, to enter the Flickr.com galleries of Sheesen / Sing Way
6
red doors:
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related:
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http://www.flickr.com/people/sheesen/
B
http://www.flickr.com/search/groups/?q=Taiwan&m=pool&w=1557439%40N24
C
http://www.photographyblogger.net/14-great-photos-of-taiwan-by-adam-chang/

About frizztext

writer, photographer, guitarist

6 responses to “Taiwan by Sheesen

  1. I love the fashions and use of color, 😉

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  2. Shards Of DuBois

    Glorious red doors…. 🙂

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  3. vastlycurious.com

    Love the Red doors!

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