Tuesday, July 20, 2010
Rick's Roadshow: Taipei, Taiwan Day 3
above: a sweeping view of the Liberty/Freedom Square. One left and right are the National Theatre and National Concert Halls, and straight ahead are the Freedom archways.
above: The National Theatre
above: National Concert Hall
above: I just liked the angle of this shot.
above: close-up of this sign reads: National Theatre
above: the rich, bright colors were very dramatic against the black night sky
above: Chiang Kai-Shek Hall. He was the former President of Taiwan.
above: the contrast of this white stone Chinese lion in the dark of night caught my attention. Hope you enjoyed my last few photos of Taipei as much as I did.
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