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Weekly Photo Challenge: BEYOND

One of the places I loved the most in Beijing was the park behind the Forbidden City, Jingshan Park. Climbing on its hill gave me the spectacular view of the Forbidden City!

Forbidden City

I liked how the buildings of the palace clustered from a bird’s eye view, compared to seeing it one by one while walking on the palace’s grounds.

This is my entry to this week’s photo challenge. For other fabulous rendition on the theme, click here.

Have a great weekend everyone! Happy travels!

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13 comments on “Weekly Photo Challenge: BEYOND

  1. Just A Simple Guy
    January 19, 2013

    Nice shot. I guess you took this shot up from the garden across the Frobidden city?

    • Karen
      January 19, 2013

      Yup. In Jingshan Park. 🙂

      • Just A Simple Guy
        January 19, 2013

        Guessed so. =) That’s a good place to take pictures. Keep it up!

        • Karen
          January 19, 2013

          It really was! Thanks for visiting my blog 🙂

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  3. Zen
    January 19, 2013

    The roofs are really parallel to one another.. 🙂

    • Karen
      January 20, 2013

      It’s lovely to look at when they are in multiples! 🙂

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  5. Madhu
    January 20, 2013

    Lovely! I used the roof view from the Summer Palace!! Accidentally deleted this one 😦

    • Karen
      January 20, 2013

      Oh no! 😦 It’s one of the best places I went to in Beijing.

      I like your Summer Palace shot too. 🙂

  6. The Retiring Sort
    January 20, 2013

    Wow – what a perfect view of the Forbidden City!

    • Karen
      January 20, 2013

      Thank you!

      Your photo from the tower at the University at Bridgeport is lovely!

  7. gwenkuo
    February 28, 2013

    Nice picture of Beijing’s Palace Museum! Sharing with you about the Chinese treasures in 2 National Palace Museums…http://wp.me/p3bwN9-5R

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