I went to a cousin’s wedding in 2017 while I was spending a long 4 months break in China. In China, weddings are apparently a big deal. It’s basically a party of which everyone is invited as long as you’re related to somebody at the party. There are limousine involved and singer and dancer, photographer. It sounds expensive, if you ask me.
When I saw the topic for this challenge, my memory almost immediately took me to this picture. This was a church long ago, back when Portuguese dominated this town, Macau, in China. Sadly, it was burn down and all that was left was this wall.
This week, on Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #168, Tina from Travels and Trifles is our host and she’s chosen the theme of Seen Better Days and the first thing that flew to my mind was my trip to China in 2017.
I have showed you plenty of bridges in the past and this time, I’m determined to find some new bridges in my archive, bridges I have completely forgotten. I hope you enjoy this selection of bridges from here and there. Continue reading “A Photo a Week Challenge: Bridges”→