Photo by Jabari Bell
Tags: Beijing, China, The Forbidden City
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nice photo, looks better than many postcards
I vaguely remember this temple. It was one of those sites I couldn’t get close to because of the enormous crowd surrounding it. It was one of the few things that wasn’t being reconstructed prior to the Olympics.
Thanks for stopping by! Funny you say that because I’ve always thought that about my friend/photographer’s pictures. I’ll pass on the compliment to him.
Haha! You have a pretty good memory because this is exactly one of those sites that wasn’t being reconstructed before the Olympics. Have you been back after the reconstruction?
I like it.
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