PROTECTING YOUR PARKING SPOT, BEIJING

At first I thought that the owner of this bike was simply having a tough time letting go, the way that it is locked to the office chair.

Our guide explained that the bike owner was using the two items to protect their parking spot. Cones simply don’t do it.

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Colored balloons marking the local health care center.

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My final posted shot on Beijing, at the market.

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A great place to explore (just make sure you bring a polarizing filter to cut through the haze).

3 thoughts on “PROTECTING YOUR PARKING SPOT, BEIJING

  1. The first photo is interesting. It reminds me of how in New York, when there was a bicycle accident, people often took that bicycle (which looked sort of like the bike above), painted it in white and left a sign.

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