"Exploring Our World"
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How a Sask. photographer captured this Canadian moment
Via: Buzz of the Orient • 4 Comments • 14 hours ago
Bob Nelson last wrote: That's about as Canadian as any story could be... 📷
Stunning Photos Give A Glimpse Of Everyday Life In Asia
Via: Buzz of the Orient • 2 Comments • 2 days ago
Ender last wrote: Beautiful photos Buzz.
Festive China: Dragon Boat Festival
Via: Buzz of the Orient • 7 Comments • one week ago
Kavika last wrote: I love the Dragon Boat races and all the hoopla that goes with it. No worries about the shill thingy, I can tell anyone to F. O. in a NY minute.
Gaoyou: The Chinese county famed for double-yolk duck eggs
Via: Buzz of the Orient • 5 Comments • one month ago
Buzz of the Orient last wrote: I forgot to add that I also eat bird eggs - put 6 or 7 hard boiled bird eggs in my oatmeal (recipe is posted in the Six Ingredients or Less group)...
This is Guizhou
Via: Buzz of the Orient • 1 Comments • 2 months ago
Buzz of the Orient last wrote: Having been confused at a roundabout in England, I'd never find my way off of that spaghetti intersection - good thing I've never tried to drive in...
Explore Suzhou's water towns
Via: Buzz of the Orient • 5 Comments • 2 months ago
Buzz of the Orient last wrote: "..." So I have discovered, and yet during almost 15 years I have only been able to see let alone photograph such a tiny amount of those...
Explore China's Grand Canal
Via: Buzz of the Orient • 16 Comments • 3 months ago
Buzz of the Orient last wrote: But I am happy you enjoyed them. I've posted many picture articles about the the wonders and beauties of China on the Discovery Group, and going...
Wormhole Library set to open in Haikou
Via: Buzz of the Orient • 2 Comments • 3 months ago
Kavika last wrote: "..." That is an understatement, Buzz. This library is stunning in its design.
Harbin Ice and Snow World opens for the season
Via: Buzz of the Orient • 5 Comments • 6 months ago
Raven Wing last wrote: Their ice images are really fascinating. Some of them are so intricate it is amazing how they can get such intricate detail without the ice...
A break from city hustle on 'slowest train
Via: Buzz of the Orient • 1 Comments • 6 months ago
Buzz of the Orient last wrote: It looks like a toy train. If anyone intends to ride on it, I suggest they bring a cushion to sit on.