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macau china

stop... which way should i go now?

A common question asked during my self-guided trips.
My survival kit includes travel book, maps and internet research.
Perhaps a good sense of direction. And a couple of helpful, friendly locals.
But it's not quite my reason for choosing to post this shot.
Kind of into a soul-searching and self-discovery mood today.
Found it rather appropriate in reflecting my thoughts...

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Guest 05-Apr-2008 05:59
Not only a need to choose, but a need to make a quick choice, seeing the sky.
Guest 27-Jun-2006 18:18
Does it say Ai Li takes great photographs:-)
Kal Khogali27-Jun-2006 12:36
Indoors, the sky looks threatening...;-)) A great composition Ai Li. K
Guest 27-Jun-2006 07:24
I thought it was some huge ad board along the highway!
I like the way how you took it. and your treatment is great!
and thanks for sharing your feeling. i think we all have this question in our minds from time to time.
Ray Rebortira27-Jun-2006 02:34
To answer the question, I suggest Robert Frost: the road not taken.
Kathy Pedersen27-Jun-2006 02:16
very appropriate image for you mood of searching. The dark clouds add more mystery to this image. Vote
Craig Persel26-Jun-2006 23:14
Excellent. Love the sign and sky combination and high-noise treatment. Very effective.
Guest 26-Jun-2006 21:33
I love this!!! It's a bit disturbing the feeling of nowhere to go!!!V!
Guest 26-Jun-2006 20:51
Love the point of view and treatment - one of those signs must be to a casino ;0)
Victoria26-Jun-2006 20:17
Wow, you got it in China? Wonderful shot
Guenter Eh26-Jun-2006 18:52
With the mirrowing of your feelings and thoughts in your pictures you are sharing a slices of your life with us. The life of a traveller - and we all are travellers. "Qua vadis" ? Where to go? Who can give the answer? This is the source of all philosophies and religions.

Wonderful thought provoking work Ai Li.
Rob Rosetti26-Jun-2006 18:15
Excellent POV and treatment! Fantastic image! Roberto
Antonis Sarantos26-Jun-2006 17:23
Excellent treatment, great BG!
Guest 26-Jun-2006 15:48
The looking up POV and treatment really work well for this photo.
I wouldn't know which way to go...oh wait! I see "hotel" but how a I going to get there?!
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