I was recently interviewed by Alan for Reality Abroad, a travel website aimed at helping travelers see a country from an insiders viewpoint. He asks questions about Taiwan and photography. The podcast can be listened to or downloaded at Images of Taiwan-Reality Abroad.
Taiwan Photography Exhibition: Seven Photographers Five Countries One City
From now until the 26th of February, myself and six other photographers are exhibiting some of our photographs at the old Tainan Meeting Hall. The Gallery is newly opened (we are the inaugural event) and is a great space for an exhibit with all the low arching pillars to hang photographs from with the famous Wu Gardens right out the door.
The show is officially open from 10am to 5pm, but most evenings someone will be keeping the show running later.
For more information, check the Facebook page here.
Went out to watch my nephew play rugby for his school team. They played well and I took some snaps of the action.
Landun (孫士庸) with ball (more…)
Called ‘year drawings’ (年畫), these auspicious symbols — such as an animal of the zodiac as seen here — are pasted on household doors on the last day of the lunar year to protect the family and bring luck. Often seen together with spring couplets. These are an evolution of door gods.
It’s about the time of year when people are looking for photos of Tainan’s Annual Yanshui Beehive Fireworks Festival. It is one of my favorite festivals and I’ve (more…)