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My gate keeper’s office. Lovely man with a passion for orchids and Chairman Mao, go figure.
400d, chair, chairman, china, deyang, mao, orchid, red
Here’s the crew:
And the man himself:
and a random pocket-size puppy
I like the behind the scenes shots, it helps put the piece into context.
yep, in case of a representative image it makes sense to “set the scene”Good comment, thanks.
I adore the original. I didnt need the others. I love the hint of red amongst the drab grey. It gives life and interest.
You might be right, but my visit to China was such an experience that I feel the need to elaborate. i brought over 2500 photos, mainly “happy snaps” but each has a very strong emotional loading for me, so maybe I am overdoing it. At the end of the proverbial, an image has to speak for itself – right you are! And there is no need or possibility to explain where what and how.Got a bit carried away, but couldn’t help it ;-)
No worries. I understood your desire to elaborate. each image is great in into own right!!
Like the pallette and subdued mood of the Red Chair pic – and that strange looking animal that looks like he might go ‘mao.’
he did in his day, he surely did…
Wonderfully atmospheric work :)
i am glad you elaborated, i kind of gave the chair some more ‘fullness’.:)
good, that was my first though.thanks!
I want that red chair!! I likethe washed look about the photograph,and it’s lovely you’ve posted the Crew with it so it has a story.
Thanks for an in-depth comment.
For all we know this chair could be crashed under a pile of concrete rubble, and the man and his crew may be dead…This picture was taken about 50 – 80 km from the epicentre of the recent earthquake in Si Chuan.And 2:30 was the time they would sit down to their cards or mahjong.Help Si Chuan
Oh my.How sad.It must affect you deeply to have been there .Terrible stuff.