kaohsiung, taiwan

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    currently teaching english in kaohsiung, taiwan. was going for a bike ride during the weekend and had my gear in my bag. this location was spontaneously chosen, as when i started riding through this place, i told my friend to stop so i could take a few shots. :)

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    I prefer #1. They both look as though they could use a contrast boost.
     
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    How do you like Taiwan's "spontaneous-style" architecture?
     
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    duex does it for me
     
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    I like 2 better, but I don't find these particular street scenes that compelling.
     
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    I prefer 2, because it's more open and the road's edges play a big part in it. I'm not sure exactly what I'm interpreting as the subject, though; agreeing with what Jeremy says, they're both lacking that aspect of interest in different ways.
     

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