8,008 km so far.
I hardly ever take my camera out at night. Why bother, right? It’s too dark to take pictures anyway. But, I’ve carried around my cool little Gorillapod for 8,008 km and rarely used it, so I thought I’d dust it off and get some practice shooting some of Shanghai’s famous (and not-so-famous) lights.
As the sun goes down, Shanghai comes alive with people trooping home from work…
…or heading out for an evening on the town.
The Former French Concession is wall-to-wall expats at night, and everything is geared towards making them feel at home.
Lots of people work late into the night, especially those who live at their workplace, and work where they live.
For the lucky among us, there is a little money to spend on drinks in one of Shanghai’s thousands of bars.
Tourists mob The Bund at night, to take in the lights, sip fancy cocktails, or go for a sail.
Watching the days get shorter as winter closes in can be depressing. But not if you remember that shorter days mean longer nights which leaves more time to get out and appreciate the city lights. ♥
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Hi, I’m Jane, founder and chief blogger on My Five Acres. I’ve lived in six countries and have camped, biked, trekked, kayaked, and explored in 50! At My Five Acres, our mission is to inspire you to live your most adventurous life and help you to travel more and more mindfully.