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Dwa zdjęcia panoramy miasta nocą

Te perfekcyjne ujęcia miasta położonego we wschodnich Chinach, to zasługa niemieckiego dyrektora kreatywnego, Marka Siegemunda.

Fotografie stanowią idealne połączenie tradycji i nowoczesności, kontrastów, które możemy odnaleźć na ulicach Szanghaju. Rzeka dzieli starówkę, mnogość architektury, wspaniałe mosty, a także wysokie wieżowce dzielnicy biznesowej Pudong. Niezależnie od pory dnia, w której zostało wykonane zdjęcie, fotografie Siegemunda oddają energię i witalność tego miasta.

⚡The Heritage flash ⚡ ————————————- Read the whole story here! 🔽🔽🔽🔽🔽🔽🔽🔽🔽 This is one of the biggest and most beautiful, authentic city parts of shanghai! It represents everything what Shanghai was and is! A fishing village that rose to a mega city! Here everything seems to stand still in time! If you walk around through the narrow streets it feels like you arrived in another world! Not even tourists know about that place which makes me wonder: does the city actually care about that part? So they want to tear it down like all the other areas like these to replace it with high rise complexes and residential blocks?? Most interestingly: the reaction of the local Shanghainese I talked to living there! They said things like: it's so old and poor! Don't take pictures here!..and I told them that this right here is a cultural heritage, a vibrant original part of the city which is needed to be protected! But then I realized that with all those huge changes China made during the last decade, one thing haven't! The mindset of people! For what is real and what not! Enjoy your weekend ⚡⚡⚡

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👑The Queen of 8️⃣ =================== Read my story to see why! 🔽🔽🔽🔽🔽🔽🔽🔽🔽 This beauty was designed by the Chicago firm @skidmoreowingsmerrill (SOM). Its postmodern form, whose complexity rises as it ascends, draws on traditional Chinese architecture such as the tiered pagoda, gently stepping back to create a rhythmic pattern as it rises. Like the Petronas Towers in Malaysia, the building's proportions revolve around the number 8, associated with prosperity in Chinese culture. The 88 floors (93 if the spire floors are counted) are divided into 16 segments, each of which is 1/8 shorter than the 16-story base. The tower is built around an octagon-shaped concrete shear wall core surrounded by 8 exterior composite supercolumns and 8 exterior steel columns. Three sets of 8 two-story high outrigger trusses connect the columns to the core at six of the floors to provide additional support. – Official dedication was August 28, 1998, a date also chosen with the number 8 in mind. The building was fully operational in 1999. The Jin Mao Tower is owned by the China Jin Mao Group Co. Ltd. It reportedly has a daily maintenance cost of 1 million RMB (US$121,000)😨. – @marksshanghai wishes you a happy weekend! 👑8️⃣👑 – #travel2china #droneoftheday #moodygrams #djiglobal #way2ill #shotzdelight #heatercentral #mavicpro #travellingthroughtheworld #gameofdronez #instameetsshanghai #lensbible #highsnobiety #mavicpro #fatalframes #YourShotPhotographer #passionpassport #ig_color #hypebeast #all2epic #dronelife #VisualAmbassadors #LOVES_CHINA #justgoshoot #citykillerz #instagood #gramslayers #trappingtones #ourplanetdaily #streetshared

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🌌⛪🌃⛵🌌 ———————- The weekend awaits u!

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#️⃣The grid#️⃣ ================= Last entry for @instagram Competition! (might be already over 😅😅) #whpwindows ================= Architektur offices are well known for their overtime work. So I want to give a shout out to all hard working architects out there, working their a… Off to get the project done! Keep it up! Without you guys there would be nothing to shoot for me in this wonderful world! (who cares about landscape anyway 😝😝….jey hey,! Course I'm just kidding!) @marksshanghai – – – – – – – – – – – #travel2china #droneoftheday #moodygrams #djiglobal #way2ill #shotzdelight #heatercentral #mavicpro #travellingthroughtheworld #gameofdronez #instameetsshanghai #lensbible #highsnobiety #mavicpro #fatalframes #YourShotPhotographer #passionpassport #ig_color #hypebeast #all2epic #dronelife #VisualAmbassadors #LOVES_CHINA #justgoshoot #citykillerz #instagood #gramslayers #trappingtones #ourplanetdaily

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⛵Gift from Beijing🏯 ======================== Read today's story to understand the Titel! 🔽🔽🔽🔽🔽🔽🔽🔽🔽🔽🔽 Yu Garden or Yuyuan Garden (豫園, 豫园, Yù Yuán, Shanghainese "Yuyu" meaning Garden of Happiness) is a beautiful Chinese garden located beside the City God Temple in the northeast of the Old City of Shanghai. – Yu Garden was first built in 1559 during the Ming Dynasty by Pan Yunduan as a comfort for his father, the minister Pan En, in his old age. Pan Yunduan began the project after failing one of the imperial exams, but his appointment as governor of Sichuan postponed construction for nearly twenty years until 1577. The garden was the largest and most prestigious of its era in Shanghai, but eventually its expense helped ruin the Pans. – The gardens suffered damage numerous times during the 19th century. During the First Opium War, the British army even used the Huxinting Teahouse as a base of operations for several days in 1842. During the Taiping Rebellion, the Small Swords Society ran its headquarters in the Dianchun Hall; by the time Qing troops recovered the garden, the original structures had nearly all been destroyed. They were damaged again by the Japanese in 1942 before being repaired by the Shanghai government from 1956 to 1961. They were opened to the public in 1961 and declared a national monument in 1982. – Interesting fact: the centerpiece is the Exquisite Jade Rock (玉玲珑, Yù Línglóng), a porous 3.3-m, 5-ton boulder. Rumours about its origin include the story that it was meant for the imperial palace in Beijing🤐, but was salvaged after the boat sank as it left shanghai. Thanks for the gift Beijing 😁 @marksshanghai – – – – – – – – – – – – – #travel2china #droneoftheday #moodygrams #djiglobal #travellingthroughtheworld #TLPicks #heatercentral #mavicpro #travellingthroughtheworld #passionpassport #instameetsshanghai #lensbible #YourShotPhotographer #mavicpro #fatalframes #YourShotPhotographer #passionpassport #ig_color #hypebeast #all2epic #dronelife #VisualAmbassadors #LOVES_CHINA #justgoshoot #citykillerz #instagood #gramslayers #trappingtones #ourplanetdaily #streetshared

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⚜️Golden temple⚜️ ———————————— As for the Chinese new year arrived yesterday night at 12am, wishing good luck, and fortune and prosperity is the most important! The family comes together and celebrates with the best they can cook to welcome the new year! People go to the temple to thank God for a blessed last year and bring offers for the new years start. 🎊🎉🎇🎆🎇🎉🎊🎊🎉🎇 I wish u all a happy Chinese new year! ✨✨✨ @marksshanghai – – – – – – – – – – #eclectic_shotz #globeshotz #awesomepix #worldprime #createcommune #awesomeglobe #earthpix #killeverygram #moodygrams #exploreeverything #justgoshoot #hot_shotz #visualsgang #createxploretakeover #visualmobs #artofvisuals #natgeoyourshot #watchthisinstagood #theimaged #fatalframes #urbanandstreet #shanghai #travel2china #ps_movement #weekly_feature #beautifuldestinations #illgrammers #dronelife #archdaily

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🎆🎉新年快乐🎊🎇 ——————————- Happy Chinese new year ♦️♦️♦️♦️♦️♦️♦️♦️♦️ Handing some 红包(red bag)♦️ filled with money to the older ones and the younger ones is absolutely essential at the new years day! Wish you all some good luck, prosperity and health for the new year! Cheers 🎆🎇✨ – – – – – – – – – – – – #travel2china #moodygrams #travellingthroughtheworld #TLPicks #heatercentral #travellingthroughtheworld #passionpassport #instameetsshanghai #lensbible #YourShotPhotographer #fatalframes #YourShotPhotographer #passionpassport #ig_color #hypebeast #all2epic #VisualAmbassadors #LOVES_CHINA #justgoshoot #citykillerz #instagood #gramslayers #trappingtones #ourplanetdaily #streetshared

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🏚️Last remains🏙️ – Word of the demolition’s progress has spread on Chinese social media, which explains the upsurge of photographers in the area, those who want to record the sublime architectural details of a neighborhood that’s been around for 500 years. Residents welcome visitors, saying, “You’d better look now, it’s not going to be here for long.” The local neighborhood committee says that low-rise housing developed by the Huangpu District will replace the shikumen (石库门, vernacular houses) on these ancient winding streets that have housed Shanghainese communities for generations. – This blanket redevelopment is set to sever Shanghai’s last meaningful thread to its pre-colonial history, which stretches back over 1,000 years. Contrary to the widespread belief that Shanghai came into existence 175 years ago — after its designation as a foreign trade port by the Nanjing Treaty — Shanghai was already a thriving town in the 11th century. Some of its oldest temple sites, once located not far from the Yu Garden, go back 1,000 years. By the 13th century, the city was a thriving river port and a cotton production center, and by the mid-16th century, it was protected by a defense wall and a moat. The wall came down and the moat was filled in 1912 to create a traffic ring, but their contours are still imprinted in Zhonghua Road and Renmin Road. – I believe that as people living in Shanghai it is essential to get a feel for what is left and how it was before the colonial time in Shanghai! So go out and have a walk around this area, as long as it remains! It's just breathtaking! Happy Sunday 😉 – Follow ➡️@shanghaicomune and @marksshanghai for more stories and shots from Shanghai! – – – – – – – – – – #eclectic_shotz #globeshotz #awesomepix #worldprime #createcommune #awesomeglobe #earthpix #killeverygram #moodygrams #exploreeverything #justgoshoot #hot_shotz #visualsgang #createxploretakeover #visualmobs #artofvisuals #natgeoyourshot #watchthisinstagood #theimaged #fatalframes #urbanandstreet #shanghai #travel2china #ps_movement #sony #weekly_feature #beautifuldestinations #illgrammers #dronelife #archdaily

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