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It started as a joke: Feng wanted to take a picture of the London Eye reflecting in my eyes. After a few trials (try opening your eyes as big as you can without blinking for several seconds!), we got hold of it. We then decided to do the “eye picture” for a few major landmarks during this trip.

For each location, we took one picture in my eyes and one in Feng’s. You should be able to tell which one of which — I’m the non-Chinese one, remember?

You can see the whole Eye Reflections set here.

Arc de Triomphe (Champs Élysées)

Arc de Triomphe (Champs Élysées)

Notre Dame in Paris

Notre Dame in Paris

The Eiffel Tower

The Eiffel Tower

Nantes' Elephant

Nantes' Elephant

Streets of Nantes

Nantes' Tramway

The Tate Modern in London

The Tate Modern in London

The London Eye

The London Eye

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13 Comments

  1. Salut Zhu,

    This is a good one.
    Multiethnic looks on Europe… I can relate because “multi” is my middle name :)I havent see a pic with both of you together or met you together,but I’m sure you make a lovely couple 🙂
    bisous xx

  2. @Tulsa Gentleman – I’m sure we missed a few but.. it was fun!

    @Agnes – I know, so unfair I have to pluck mine and he doesn’t have to do anything. Soooo unfair.

    @chinmai – Thank you!

    @Linguist-in-Waiting – Thanks! It just started with one pic and then we got addicted.

    @Nisha – That’s right! A+ 😉

    @London Caller – It’s good to have dark eyes for these kind of pics, it shows better.

    @Soleil – Thanks! It’s not hard at all actually once you get the trick.

    @shionge – Thank you!

    @Yogi – Thank you! It was fun to make a series.

    @Vagabonde – Merci !

    @barbara – One of us has to take the picture so we are rarely both together. We should take more of us though…

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