Photowalking in Huashan 1914 Creative Park and Taipei Botanical Gardens

I joined the Taiwan Photowalkers again in Huashan 1914 Creative Park and Taipei Botanical Gardens! Photowalkers is a group of wonderful photographers living in Taiwan, or just passing through like me. It's always a joy to shoot with them! 

During this photowalk, I joined Billy, Josh, Atles, and Darren.

Huashan always has interesting exhibits, and this time we checked out Tokyo Art City. It's an exhibit with digital projections of Tokyo; perfect for portraits, though we unfortunately didn't have models.

The projections would change constantly to become different Tokyo scenes. Every fifteen to twenty minutes, there would be a show where all the digital projections synced up and had images like falling cherry blossoms and sky lanterns.

 
 
 
 

After lunch, we wandered around the electronics district and ended up in Taipei Botanical Gardens. It's a beautiful place to shoot and/or relax, and there are also some cool buildings with exhibitions.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

This is the second photowalk I joined during this particular Taiwan trip. I have one more to publish soon: a photowalk in Hsinchu!