China is (in)famous for its poor air quality and smog. The first day we were here I could see why. Then we had a few days or low humidity, moderate heat and beautiful blue skies. It was pretty close to perfect.
This is the view from our apartment looking towards the city centre. On this day, as you can see (well, you can't) viability was poor. I think this might have been mist rather than smog but I'm certainly no expert on things geograpahy.
But then, on another day we got this. More or less taken from the same place. Actually it was by the trees that you can see in the on above. The river is at most a two minu
So, as you can see pretty impressed so far.
It has been a couple of months since we left Taiwan. Well, actually its just over two months since we finished work.
The next few posts will deal with our first impressions of Tianjin. Then, as we explore further afield, for example Beijing, more widely around China and around Asia. The idea is to give a more detailed view of living the expat dream rather than my photo site on its own would. So... Here goes nothing.
On the left is the apartments where we live. It is above a small shopping Plaza and we are the first people to live in our flat. Out the back is, unsurprisingly, is a building site, but more surprisingly is the fact that you can hear nothing of them building these 30 story high flats. So, so far so good.
Just a quick shot of school, which is heavily modelled on Wellington College in the UK. Again, brand spanking new and purpose built.
This will be a blog about my latest shots and what I liked or was trying to do with them
I am a teacher of Economics and have worked in various schools in Europe & Asia. One of the things I love doing is getting out and about with my camera.