Although I did not sample these dumplings, I did enjoy some tasty dumplings in Shanghai. All the food I had in China was delicious.
Yu Garden near a popular marketplace in the Old City of Shanghai contains a large pond and is enclosed by a wall adorned with gray tiles and dragon heads.
Pudong and Pearl Tower
And across the Huangpu River from the historic city, is the dynamic and modern Pudong district. Pudong is renowned for being built practically overnight and is the home of many famous buildings such as the Shanghai World Financial Center and the Oriental Pearl Tower.
Oh, and also a glacier! This inlet on the Antarctic peninsula has a variety of inviting features, despite the cold. Named Neko Harbor after a Scottish whaling vessel, it is now part of a whaling sanctuary which extends for millions of square miles around the continent.
I have read that seen from space, Australia’s prominent features are low-lying plains and basins covering millions of square miles. But the continent’s deep river gorges are spotted everywhere with extraordinary waterfalls. Tolmer and Wangi Falls are situated close to each other in Western Australia’s Litchfield National Park.
Built in 1600 by the Lord of Shetland, this tower house castle still stands strong in the town of Scalloway on Mainland, the largest island of the Shetlands in Scotland.
When you enter the front door of this well-preserved defensive structure, the main direction to go is up, up, up — toward living quarters and eventually to the battlements on top.
Rocks left randomly by the tide are a natural form of abstract art.
An upside-down bridge and trees are reflected in the rippled waters of the lake below.
The setting sun is giving an otherworldly look to this pleasant spot in Laguna Beach, California.