Katya Knyazeva (avezink) wrote,
Katya Knyazeva

Shanghai in the 1990s

Wechat brought an interesting selection of Shanghai photographs, taken in the 1990s by Lu Yuanmin 陆元敏:

Somewhere central: a croud outside the Qiaojiashan snack store; bus stop for buses 327 and 45 (their routes coincide). Changshu Road? Xiangyang Road?

View of Suzhou Creek, taken from the General Post Office.

Treading in water after the rain.

Discarded fountain.


Tags: 1990s, lu yuanmin, photography, shanghai, 陆元敏

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