kept in my collection. thanks!
scotty0w, thank you kind visit, thank you like my photo.:)
You always surprises me with your fine eye for a motiv and its representation; very well done, Flees!
Best wishes, fotoditzi
fotoditzi，here had a wedding, i took advantage of this flower door.;))
Thank you for your kind comments, my friend.
Best wishes, Flees
Best of Pan
Victor,I am glad you like this photo, thank your kind visit!
Sorry flees not to have reacted since a while. We were absent from Panoramio. Even happier to visit our friends' pages and see that talent has never been absent. We would like so much to know this China before it has been burried under conrecte.
Hello We♥2, my friend, in fact this is a brand new building, very modern. but, because the Shanghai history is a metropolis, a lot of classical elements and feeling in it. I had this effect, feeling that kind of old age.
Do you like this effect? ;-)
Flee, I am amazed. I would not have guessed that it could be a modern building. Now that you said so, I notice the ground and it appears like a modern one even if it could have been added for a retauration of an old construction. I don't know your country but through some very supperficial images and prejudices. I see that the modernisation of China is exploding. This , I have no precise idea or opinion about it. What I know is that your country is a huge one, certainly the most important by the number of inhabitants and the width of the territory and that the way it moves is for sure, for some importance for the rest of Humanity. Ecology, respect of the environnement and of the cultural patrimony have a bigger importance there than in smaller countries. I heard of old and traditionnal areas that are sacrificed to build up huge modern buiseness buildings. The preservation of the identity and cultural patrimony is a prevention from the consequences of the current globalisation. I think that each country has the right to progress and provide a better living to its people but that we have all of us and everywhere the duty, towards the rest of humanity to preserve our cultural diversity. And that is worrying me. I am happy also to see another China through your pictures.
Dear We♥, I write Chinese to you, so i can quickly, if you do not understand, we can discuss.ok?
Best wish to you, Flees
Dear Flees, I checked the translation by re-translating to English and I am afraid, that the translation programm is very bad. So I write you this in English, what I said, maybe you have a better translation programm.
"If I understand you correctly, you are looking for a past and their feelings that you do not know really, but still have desire to get closer to this past?
I have heard that Chinese people do not like old houses and that they prefer to live in modern houses. I have heard that in China many old houses are beeing destroyed. In Europe, we love old houses. I live in an old house that has been beautifully renovated. The rooms of old houses are often much higher than those of modern houses, this I like very much. Old houses have beautiful facades. Many new houses have only practical function, but little beauty. One sees little love expressed, you understand?
Of the new houses I love those, which are organically built. In these houses, less energy is consumed for heating and it is used only materials that are natural and have no harmful substances. In such a house, I would like to live."
Best wish to you. Flees
Nice photo. Regards, Guly.
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Photo taken in Lujiazui, Pudong, Shanghai, China
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