Shot at National Palace Museum in Taipei, Taiwan.
The National Palace Museum houses the enormous number of royal treasure of the successive Chinese dynasties. It was said that it was impossible to display all the treasures at once. Chiang Kai-shek brought them from Beijing to prove that his Kuomintang government was the orthodox political heir of the Chinese mainland.
After I finished viewing the display, I got out the museum. The silhouettes of people were standing at the crossing. Their shadows were reflected on the wet road. It was raining and they were holding umbrellas in their hands.
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February 24, 2007
RICOH GR DIGITAL