I just finished watching The Last Emperor, which is full of elegance (along with the cruel, brutal and mundane).
This month’s theme, Black & White in Color, has the City Daily Photo bloggers taking color photos of things that are black and white. I found this rather sad poster up. It seems a family is looking for their grandmother who’s gone missing. I do hope they find her.
For more Black & White in Color photos, check out City Daily Photo.
The woman in the painting looks like she could be a dancer of old.
1. Each week, we’ll provide a theme for creative inspiration. You take photographs based on your interpretation of the theme, and post them on your blog (a new post!) anytime before the following Friday when the next photo theme will be announced.
2. To make it easy for others to check out your photos, title your blog post “Weekly Photo Challenge: (theme of the week)” and be sure to use the “postaday″ tag.
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Other Weekly Photo Challenge photos:
- Graceful: Daily Post
- Graceful: Ambitious Drifter
- Graceful: Through Jersey Eyes
- Graceful: Third Person Travel
- Graceful: What does Nekumi Think?
- Graceful: Stenoodie
- Graceful: Beijing Daily Photo 2
- Graceful: Ruined for Life
- Graceful: Spirit in Politics
- Graceful: No Fixed Plans
- Graceful: Travel with Intent
- Graceful: The Petal Pusher
- Graceful: Wandering Iris
- Graceful: Here and Abroad
- Ambience: Stenoodie
- Ambience: Wooly Muses
- Ambience: Beijing Daily Photo
- Ambience: Travel with Intent
- Ambience: Jinan Daily Photo
- Ambience: From Writing to Reason
- Ambience: The Roaming Counselor
- Ambience: Photographic Trek
- Ambience: Penne 4 your Thoughts
- Ambience: Ain’t Mine No More
- Ambience: Lucid Gypsy
- Ambience: yi-ching lin
At the Greenland tower complex. There’s a plaza where this shopper sits ’round the clock.
I imagine this woman as being from Xinjiang, where I traveled last week. While many of the women I saw there wore a lot of bling and glitz, this woman is more down to earth. Perhaps she’s from the countryside, I think.
To read about my travels in Xinjiang, China’s wild west, click here.