Thanks Glenn.Great photograph...I'm interested in seeing more!
lyndee : More? OK.Definitely; I'd love to see more!
Thanks for the compliment.Great work. Please show all that you have.
Thanks Alex.Really like it. Post some more JC!
You're going to like Shanghai, I've been to China six times, about 4 weeks each time, and Shanghai is one the places I liked the most in China... others being Hong Kong and the Jiuzhaigu Valley.Please post more - I am planning a trip to Shanghai and any tips would also be appreciated. Thank you.
Sounds good. I'll be there for a week on my own.You're going to like Shanghai, I've been to China six times, about a month each time, and Shanghai is one the three places I liked the most in China... the others being Hong Kong and the Jiuzhaigu Valley.
Plenty of little gems that most tourist don't get to see or notice, like this exhibit at the Shanghai History Museum.
How long are you staying? On a tour or on your own?
We used the Lonely Planet Shanghai City Guide (5th ed. 2/2010), which I would highly recommend.Please post more - I am planning a trip to Shanghai and any tips would also be appreciated. Thank you.
Thanks pmac. The first shot was taken late afternoon (17:22) as the sun was getting lower and shining on Pudong.Great shots, especially like the first. It's one part I've not been yet.
Lucky you... but I'm not moving there, too crowded.I've been each year for the past 5 years for between 3-4 weeks as my wife is from shanghai. It's a great place and would move there were it not for the kids I think.
Good advise... we didn't have to try the food though.There's so much too see and do there, so I would advise going on trip advisor or just look around for where you want to visit.
Nanjing rd, the old town temple, lujiazui area,shops and looking over to the bund, plus the IFC building(best to get there an hour before sun set and hand around to get a good spot. Just make sure you have a cpl).
Then there's the food, so many good places to eat, send me a pm if you want a list.
I agree with that. One thing I like about China, is that people don't mind you taking pictures of them... and often want a picture of them with you, well at least with my wife....its also great for street photography as its so busy and everyone and I mean everyone carries a dslr.
Also don't worrie about taking kit out as I've found it to be one of the safest places I've been.
Totally agree.Tube around or walk where possible, the tube system is great.