Friday, July 30, 2010

Capturing Nangang MRT Station

Originally, MRT Brownline starts from Taipei Zoo to Zhongshan High School Station only. This year, it extends until Nangang Station. Fifteen minutes away by bus from my place. Going to Taipei Zoo and Maokong Gondola is now very convenient for us. It also connects to Songshan Domestic Airport, the old place Xi Zhi (Shih Chih) where I lived before and Miramar Entertainment Park.

It's lovely day, I thought of capturing the blue clear sky with floating white clear clouds. Passing through Taipei World Trade Center (TWTC) Nangang Exhibition Hall.
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Below is the captured billboard of the whole Nangang Station with TWTC background.



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14 comments:

  1. The station looks vert modern. I like th glass ceiling to see the sky.

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  2. The architecture is amazing, new and imposing. Sitting under the island's lovely sky, the train ride is wonderful!

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  3. wondeful images u got here;)

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  4. great shots. thanks for sharing. have a great weekend!

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  5. Wow that's beautiful Lani. I wonder what is that blue thing that is hanging from the ceiling. Looks very beautiful. happy weekend!

    SWF~Fiery

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  6. This is a super photo report of the Nangang MRT... featuring a lovely sky.

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  7. Really terrific shadow shots for the day, Lani! Very imposing and beautiful architecture! Great post for the day! Enjoy!

    Sylvia

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  8. Super photos - thanks for sharing your world with us!

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  9. Glass and metal buildings always make beautiful shadows. Too bad they sometimes don't fit in quite well, like in Bucharest for example.
    Have a great Sunday!

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  10. What gorgeous images, I love the first one.

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  11. great shots. i really the skies.

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  12. Thanks to all the comments! Have a great day!

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  13. Wow that's an impressive looking station. Very modern and sleek! Hope you have a great week ahead :)

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  14. Thanks for the tour. Very interesting shots. I, also, want to know what that blue thing is.

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Many thanks for the comments!

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