One Lens, Twelve Alleys. (Hsinchu)

The following is a gallery of alleys in Taiwan. While Europe is famous for its cobblestone alleys and ancient architecture, Asia, and Taiwan specifically has a wealth of back alleys off main streets. Often down these alleys are housing and food stands. They represent a quick reprieve from the busy streets and some interesting exploration in their maze like structure.

16 responses to “One Lens, Twelve Alleys. (Hsinchu)

  1. Street photography is my favorite genre. With your photos here you’ve ‘taken’ me to this place 🙂

  2. The urban landscape is so geometric, yet varied in your images.

  3. good series good idea

  4. love this!!

  5. All, thanks for stopping by and for the many kind words!

  6. great set, love the mopeds!

  7. Mary Lou Rutledge

    Very interesting..

  8. Really cool series, well done and thanks for sharing

  9. I so love pictures of cities in black and white. Great series.

  10. Thanks for clinking on my post. Enjoyed your b & w. Like your perspective, which gives the shots an invitation for viewing, Sally

  11. There are quite a few photographic gems hidden in some alleys in Taiwan. My favorites are in Lugang and Tainan – two really interesting old cities to get lost in.

  12. I just love shooting alleys, they have a strange mystique about them.

  13. The alleys are so clean. Not a single trash.

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