So is Valletta the monochrome city? The predominant color seems to be sandstone on which the city has been built. But looking closer, splashes of color seep through the cracks and crevasses of the architecture, infiltrating the built of the city – the greyish blue of the sky, the deep blue of the water surrounding it, the aquas and greens of the balconies, the reds of crosses and cars, the multicolored boats…
Red is China’s favorite color. Although Chinese people’s growing love for bright and screamy color combination produces a lot of extravagant color spectacles and questionable urban lighting phenomena, the color red is still the champion of Chinese streets (and hearts).
An uncensored view through my lens. Photos are taken in 芜湖 // Wuhu in 安徽省 // Anhui Province in China.
It is approximately 5:45am Beijing time. Thanks to transferring at Beijing airport, we bear witness to a beautiful, almost smogfree sunrise illuminating the polished airport floor.
The best of all worlds – maybe the best way to describe Taiwanese cuisine.
The area has made a great deal of effort to morph into a cultural hotspot. Abandoned buildings changed into clubs, restaurants, gyms, youth centers etc. Cities tried their hardest to modify the existing landscape by creating parks and cooperating with artists and architects.