I went on a huge bike ride through Shanghai. We probably were out for 8 hours or so. Shanghai is soooo accessible by bike. I have to start doing stuff like this more often.
- Camera: iPhone 5s
- Aperture: f/2.2
- Exposure: 1/17th
- Focal: 4mm
World Financial Center
I love the sunset view from our room!
iPhones and fireworks are universal languages. (Except in China the latter rain ash on your head)
Guóqìngjié kuàilè! (Happy National Day!)
#thisisnyu #nyushanghai (at Century Park)
Not sure if I’m in Shanghai or the West Village in Manhattan. #thisisnyu #nyushanghai #culturecollision (at French Concession)
I went to Chongmin Island over the weekend and spent the day at Dongtian Park. Towards the end of the trip I got separated from my friends and got ridiculously lost. As in, I thought I was heading SW when it turned out I was going NW.
On top of that my phone died after I took the picture of that red bridge so I didn’t even realize how far gone I was until I reached the end of the park. I managed to ask for directions with my broken Chinese and ended up running into my group on the way which is awesome because the park was going to close in half an hour.
So I went to the Bund on Thursday with a few friends and stopped by a shop with colorful trinkets. I couldn’t help taking pictures. It didn’t cross my mind to take a picture of the name of the store so I snapped the nearest roadside in case I choose to go back sometime.
The Google images have come to life! #thisisnyu #nyushanghai (at The Bund)
Peking Duck in Beijing
- Camera: iPhone 4
- Aperture: f/2.8
- Exposure: 1/838th
- Focal: 3mm
The Bund, Shanghai