It’s time for another edition of “Random Photographs from Taiwan.”
Whenever I have a handful of photos and no ideas for a specific post about them, they go into this category.
I guess it’s sort-of a weekly or bi-weekly gallery…
This first one was taken on my recent four day trip to promote tourism in Taiwan. Most of the trip I was worried about getting video footage and not photos, but when whenever we had a few minutes to take some goofy pictures, we did.
Here, Phil from 老外的臺灣旅遊日記 (A travel blog in Chinese) jumps over me and my camera. It’s definitely a quick and dirty shot, and I hope to take more with more proper lighting in the future… On camera SB-800 shot TTL… 1/250 sec at f/22. 14-24mm at 14mm… And the lens was real dirty from the previous four-wheeling shoot.
This next one is just a quickie, taken near the Bitan Bridge in Xindian, Taiwan.
The next two are taken from a nice observation point high above the hot spring resort town of Wulai, Taiwan 台灣烏來.
And the last offering just seems sort-of odd to me. It’s a Daoist temple found in the middle of the road on the outskirts of Taipei. Not only is it set in the middle of a traffic circle, but it’s raised 5 meters off the ground!
Thanks again for looking,