拍一个城市的风貌,离不开建筑,无论是新式还是过去的老建筑,都离不开那些需要关注的,构图、光线自然是永恒的话题,对于风景的一部分,我不太喜欢拍建筑的全貌,一方面是涉及到投入等原因全貌并不容易拍好,另一方面就是拍了全貌,神秘感就没有了,不如来点盲人摸象罢,让人们从我的照片体会那里细微的味道或者风情,而不失神秘感,当然这是不同的照片了,试想我从高处拍一张农讲所的俯瞰图,自然很好,让人们一目了然,但是如果是墙角一个雕塑或者是窗户上一片彩色的玻璃,会带来不同的体会;这是我拍的广州两个重要的老建筑,一个是农讲所,一个是石室教堂,在广州十分重要的旅游景点,都是传统色彩浓烈的近代建筑,东方和西方,古代和现代,这也是广州的特色之一了,融合交汇,又互不干扰;回到拍照上面,这两组照片是在不同的时间拍的,石室的在阴天,农讲所的在正午,时间都不是在黄金时段内拍的,所以室外的光线变化不多,层次上略差些,反差也有点大,不过在后期处理中增加了对比度,让照片又活了过来。

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Old eaves and modern building

Old eaves and modern building in the Peasant Movement Training Institute at Guangzhou. 建筑,新式和旧有的完全不同,这是在广州农讲所的照片,前面的番禺学宫,也就是农民运动讲习所的屋檐,后面是现代的高楼大厦,你感受到岁月的味道了吗?

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A little sparrow on the red wall in the Peasant Movement Training Institute at Guangzhou.

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Stone Lion in the Peasant Movement Training Institute at Guangzhou. The Peasant Movement Training Institute at Guangzhou, was set up in a 14th century Confucian temple and now the site on Zhongshan Road commemorates Guangzhou’s revolutionary past.(From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia) 农讲所的石狮子; 去到哪里,我都喜欢欣赏雕刻,石狮子是各地都会有的,但是形态各异,值得认真端详。

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Grandpa and granddaughter in the Peasant Movement Training Institute at Guangzhou. 上个世纪的中国革命,共产党为什么能成功,就是因为他团结和组织了中国最广大的群体——农民,这就是广州农民运动讲习所为什么如此出名的缘故,而周恩来题词的“毛泽东同志主办农民运动讲习所旧址”更是为他添上隆重的光辉一笔!

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Old building in the Peasant Movement Training Institute at Guangzhou. The PMTI was one of the outcomes of the First United Front between the Kuomintang (KMT or Nationalist Party) and the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) during early-mid 1920s. In 1923, the KMT-CCP Alliance had been formed. The KMT was then led by Sun Yat-sen and carried out the policies of “alliance with Soviet Russia, cooperation with the Communists, and assistance to peasant and worker movements”. In 1924, Peng Pai , one of the leaders of the CCP at its early stage, became a member of KMT and served as the Secretary of Peasant Department of KMT Central Committee. Based on Peng Pai’s idea and suggestion, the KMT Central Committee decided to set up the institute to train young idealists from all over China who then went out to educate the masses in rural China.[1][2] The decision to establish the PMTI was historic, in that it was the first formal government-sponsored training institute for rural political activities. The institute was officially opened on July 3, 1924, in Guangzhou (Canton) in Huizhou Association headquarters  at 53 Yue-Xiu-Nan-Lu , with Peng Pai as Director.[3] Between July 1924 and September 1926, there were totally 6 classes or terms held in the PMTI. Peng Pai was the Director for 1st and 5th terms, and Mao Zedong was the Director for 6th term or class with the largest size. Luo Yiyuan , Yuan Xiaoxian , and Tan Zhitang  were Directors for 2nd, 3rd, and 4th terms, respectively.[2] Some of the famous figures in the CCP lectured here, including Zhou Enlai, Yun Daiying, and Xiao Chu-nv .From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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