12/05/2009

PhotoHunt#67 Curved In Shanghai, China

The Light of the Orient or the "Sundial" at the entrance of Century Square, Pudong, Shanghai. This massive steel scuplture is an attention magnet and is located at the Lujiazui district of Pudong, Shanghai, China, home of the tallest skyscrapers in China and in the world.

Sundial, Pudong, ShanghaiAlign Center

This is inside the Shanghai Pudong International Airport. The airport is impressive in its state-of-the-art facilities as well as its sprawling structure.

Shanghai Pudong International Airport


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7 comments:

...^^v... said...

grabe, ibog na jud ko. daghan na kau ka naadtuan mam ba..unsa pay imo gusto adtuan? a place ur itching to go pero wa pa jud nimo nabuhat?

Teena in Toronto said...

Nice angles :)

I played too :)

Bull Rhino said...

You must have been in that airport really early or really late to get it so empty. Nice curves.

Carly said...

great shot. I love how interesting the architecture is and perssfect angle

Sherry at EX Marks the Spot said...

Wow! Those are stunning shots. Curves everywhere.

Alice Audrey said...

Wow. Those are the kinds of structures that make me dizzy. Talk about curvy!

Nukke said...

I wasen't able to leave a comment in your mellow yellow photo, that carved wall, which was so beautiful and original and exotic too. And that Airport is so different from those in Europe !!!