Stretching with a View, Huang Pu River

One morning after not being able to sleep, I decided to take an early scooter ferry to Pudong for no reason other than to take some pictures, and after touring the Shanghai equivalent of Jersey I remembered why I never go there… There’s really not much to see or photograph, and the true chaotic nature of Shanghai and its citizens that I love so much seems to be hidden or pushed back behind giant, glistening skyscrapers and wide boulevards.

So luckily on my way back to the natural and eventful West Side from the contrived and dull East Side of Shanghai, I got some great pics of this guy on the scooter ferry:

I love ferries because they give you a chance to relax on your commute (my parents take them every day in Washington State to and from work), and this guy was making the most of his time in transit. He was getting in a good, healthy stretch while taking in a (very misty/smoggy) view of the city… You, Chinese sir, are a winner!

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