Just a gallimaufry of photos ...
Skywatch from my balcony
Noodles for dinner
Duranta Geisha Girl
The name has a nice ring to it, agree?
FROM THE SHOEBOX — PHOTOS THAT RARELY SEE THE LIGHT OF DAY
Chinese herbal tea shop
In ancient China, traditional doctors used to always carry medicines in calabashes aka bottle gourds when treating their patients. Over time, the bottle gourd became a symbol of doctors and healing. And since Chinese herbal teas are consumed for their curative effects, calabashes have become symbols of Chinese herbal tea shops. In the 1940s, each herbal tea shop had two to three golden calabash-shaped vats with taps to store the herbal tea.