Apartment towers from a few different communities (all close to mine). Building styles varied dramatically depending upon the decade in which the community was constructed.
This is a composite of four shots taken at 9:30 last night with my D300/50 mm at f1.4 on a unipod, and then stitched together/tuned using Adobe Photoshop. ISO was 3200.
Going home from a local market. He had a red band attached to the basket, which he then wrapped around his wrist. This enabled him to guide the basket without clutching the handle.
Really don’t know more about it than that. Any help identifying it would be appreciated.
Most of whom represent Sun Wukong.
Two pictures of Chong Chong at one month. I think he’ll appreciate the first one in later years.
Chong Chong a few days short of a month. Taken by Shanshan. Yeah, I do wish that my middle finger wasn’t bent; gives the appearance that it is missing. Oh, well.
The grandfather isn’t just holding the child. He has a, well, seatbelt on underneath his jacket. That is, a little seat that is attached to his body via a belt. (I plan to get one of these.)
I really liked how instep the grandparents were, and how the grandmother was holding the grandfather’s arm as he carried the baby.
I also liked how they were well outside the crosswalk, and the background action.
Such is life in Beijing.