Friday, October 07, 2005


column in a temple in Hsinchu Posted by Picasa

4 Comments:

Blogger g said...

It's not real clear what this column is made of. I mean a column first has to support the roof, so what does that? And then that ornamentation. Is it plaster? Wood? Plastic?

2:50 PM  
Blogger englishteacher said...

Actually, it's all smoke and mirrors.

4:49 AM  
Blogger englishteacher said...

By the way, if anyone who has a blog gets a post from "G," watch out. This guy looks like a troller. He started a blog in June, I think he is a professor and I'll bet he is doing some research on blogging. It looks like he randomly posts sort of controversial comments so that people will go to his site and beef up his stats.

8:38 AM  
Blogger g said...

I don't know English teacher. I was giving you the benefit of the doubt. I'm a photographer and I was enjoying seeing your take on Taiwan. I'm also fairly inquisitive and I did want to know how the column was made. I thought your response was inadequate, at best, and I was all set to delete the favorite I had set for you. But I came back one last time to see if you had remembered anything about the picture. Or if you had decided to be real. It's true, I'm older and I'm not into IM type comments.

3:11 PM  

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