China Travel Photo of the Day: Waterwheels in Lanzhou

Culture | by China Travel
Posted: November 1st, 2010 | Updated: April 2nd, 2011 | Comments
waterwheels lanzhou Lomography adds a new dimension of abstract beauty and freedom to travel photos—I love this shot of a water wheel taken in Lanzhou by lomography enthusiast Kaela Mei-Shing Garvin. Not so long ago, Kaela introduced lomography and all the hip pics, retro chic and pure fun it entails on the China Travel blog, explaining how lomography is
"a form characterized by bright color, abstract shapes, and, well, messiness—has, BURST...onto the photography scene in recent years, spreading its fun-loving, free-wheeling aesthetic to China, along with the sturdy little colored plastic analogue film cameras that make it all happen."
This featured photo comes from our all-new China Travel Flickr page—if you've got some great shots of China to share, come  join us by adding your best China Travel photos to our group: "China Travel Pics". Not a Flickr member? No worries, simply email your photos to us and we'd be happy to share your pics (properly credited, of course) with the avid community of China travel photo fanatics out there....
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