I’m missing Indonesia a bit as I was there this time last year and the year before. At the end of our training program in 2016, Tara, my colleague, and I got our hands henna-ed.
Lots of choices of sweets at Magnolia Bakery, Downtown Chicago
I found this in my drafts bin. I thought I’d share though WPC is no more.
Flâneur? I know you don’t run across fancy schmancy words like flâneur which means objective observer every day. It’s a hard word because the subject could be anything. Since I live in China I feel I’m automatically flâneur because I puzzle over everything trying to figure out the culture. I’ve just shared some objectified women glasses available at a restaurant here.
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Other themed photos:
For sale in Jinan’s central Muslim district.
Each week Cee of Cee’s Photography challenges bloggers with a fun prompt. This week we’re to find photos of subjects that feature stacks or piles.
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