Wednesday, October 26, 2011
Fengjing is another of Shanghai's water towns, and it is known for "two bridges within three steps and ten creeks visible in a single glance."
Here are the two bridges:
Checkerboard pattern on the plaza:
Jinpu House entrance:
Someone's back yard and water access:
First the famous Fengjing Black Pig;
Then serve or package for retail sale.
Rainbow Bridge detail:
A photo of Cheng Shifa at that table:
Office with fur-lined great coat;
Little Red Book Collection;
Air Raid Shelter;
300 Halls Museum:
The first was the Hall of 100 Lamps, then this courtyard with the giant fish basket;
The bamboo bucket looked waxed inside, but there were holes in the corner.
Next was the Hall of 100 Baskets:
300 House Garden:
A shop for the Fengjing Rice Wine or Yellow Wine:
Monks at work: