China Tour 2019 – Day 6


A bridge without sides made for horses in a calvary long ago just outside the Jin Ze Art Centre. We crossed the bridge on our way to catch a small boat to enjoy the beautiful scenery along the river.  [click photos to enlarge]

The floor of the calvary bridge called the Welcome Bridge. There were many lovely bridges along our hour long boat ride. All had colorful names.

Here we are on top of one of the bridges. I hope you can enlarge it to recognize us.

I like this photo of the guy on the steps. There were so many wonderful scenes on the boat.

Another shot from our little boat. The boatman stood on the back and paddled with a very long paddle. Similar to those in Venice I think.

Reflections everywhere.

Another bridge. There was a lot of commerce on the rivers long ago we were told.

I just liked the rooftop. A lovely lovely morning.

7 thoughts on “China Tour 2019 – Day 6

  1. What a lovely journal. Thank you for taking us along. Beautiful pictures. I am thoroughly enjoying your trip.

  2. These are really nice cityscape photos. I like seeing what the older architecture looks like — it’s beautiful. Thank you for posting.

  3. I love the way the bridges make a circle in the reflection in the water. FYI: Calvary is the hill on which Christ was crucified; Cavalry is the guys on horseback.

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