Arthur Yang’s The Origin of Life
From the information plaque:
This sphere’s glass and bronze represents the clear and the solid, the soft and the hard, and other such opposites – expressing the ancient Chinese Taoist concept of yin and yang, the eternal opposites that together are the source of life. Water flows through the stainless steel gap between the two sides. This piece symbolizes that all life originates in the harmonious interaction between yin and yang.
This interesting piece of public art rests outside Taoyuan International Airport.
I recently found a plastic toy camera. The camera is of unknown make and model but was a part of some sort of promotional giveaway from yesteryear. I loaded it with a roll of Fujicolor Superia 200 [as various speeds of Superia are the only film available in the greater Jhongsing Village-area] and walked around town with it during a few lunch breaks over the past couple of months. Here are a handful of those shots.
A whip scorpion spotted on a recreational hiking trail in Jhongsing Village, Nantou County.
Pumpkins at a market in Caotun Township, Nantou County.
Fish at a market in Caotun Township, Nantou County.
A temple in Caotun Township.
A cat in front of the gate of an old house in Caotun Township.
In Puli Township’s Taomi Village.
Spirit Money at a temple in Caotun Township, Nantou County.
People at Taichung High Speed Rail Station.