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Pathway to Heaven by tchebotarev

I was lucky to visit Temple of Heaven early morning with lesser crowd of tourists. To capture the essence of crowds, I used 10 stopper ND filter to get long exposure, making the crowd into ephemeral ghosts.

From Wikipedia: The temple complex was constructed from 1406 to 1420 during the reign of the Yongle Emperor, who was also responsible for the construction of the Forbidden City in Beijing. The complex was extended and renamed Temple of Heaven during the reign of the Jiajing Emperor in the 16th century.

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Way of Ghosts by tchebotarev

I was lucky to visit Temple of Heaven early morning with lesser crowd of tourists. To capture the essence of crowds, I used 10 stopper ND filter to get long exposure, making the crowd into ephemeral ghosts.

From Wikipedia: The temple complex was constructed from 1406 to 1420 during the reign of the Yongle Emperor, who was also responsible for the construction of the Forbidden City in Beijing. The complex was extended and renamed Temple of Heaven during the reign of the Jiajing Emperor in the 16th century.

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Grey Glass by tchebotarev

While in Shanghai I visited an iconic circular Apple Store. It’s very similar in aesthetic to the New York city store on 5th Avenue, only instead of a cube the entrance is made as a cylinder. It’s very epic when looking from below.

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Night in Beijing by tchebotarev

Beijing has been good to me. Blue skies, perfect weather, lots of tourists (to make it feel like I’m, you know, in China), and celebration of China’s birthday. Had a great experience seeing the sunset in financial district with all the amazing architecture around us. Thank you my friends!

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The bridge of Arts in Paris by davidik

This bridge was very well known the last past years by tourists especially, because of the huge amount of love locks you could see on it. They were removed few times ago, for security reasons (one section of the balustrade fall in the river few months ago, because of the weight of the locks on it). The temporary panels you can see here should be replaced by plexiglas ones, if I well understood.

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