By: Zhang Wenjie
Mar 21 2011
Tags: architecture, building, cat, china, garden, photoblog, photography, shanghai, wood, yu yuan
Category: china, shanghai
A cat is perched on an ornate balcony in Yu Yuan Garden, Shanghai. First established in 1559 as a private garden created by Pan Yunduan, it is one of the most sprawling and prettiest Chinese gardens.
This cat radiates a strong and secure self concept of who it is and where it is. Seems like a wise old guardian of the building and its history.
That or the master of the universe perusing his subjects
And that is a lovely shot of that adorable critter.
[...] Also see the companion shot [here]. [...]
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