Take a Walk in Everton


On a fine afternoon, I was walking around hoping to find a suitable spot for shooting. I walked and walked and saw a row of houses in the middle of some high-rise estates. So I made my way closer to have a clearer view. I fell in love with it at first sight and decided to take some shots there.

While walking in Everton Road, for a moment I thought I was in China. Buildings were designed and built in a Chinese fashion. So my theme for that day was “Chinese Way of Design”.

I personally love to take photos of old things especially Chinese-related things like doors, windows, lanterns, and anything, which has a Chinese character on it. So what you will get to see there are Chinese-related things like what you can see in my photos. Everton is a peaceful area so you can relax and take your time to shoot. In addition to this, you will get to meet foreign expats living there, try to take a photo of them, I am sure they are very happy to allow you to do so.

If you cannot get enough to shoot still, you can head down to Chinatown to continue your lomo trip as it is very near to Chinatown.

written by bao_wei on 2012-01-18 #places #heritage #chinese #location #sensia-200 #lca #everton #art-and-culture

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  1. neanderthalis
    neanderthalis ·

    Great photos!

  2. bao_wei
    bao_wei ·

    Thanks for the likes!

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