Sunday, April 4, 2010

welcome..... 2009 world games stadium kaohsiung (1)

hello guys,as i promised,this week i'll be featuring 2009 world games stadium and i hope everyone of you who stop by my blog will enjoy this one.... i really had a great time wandering the stadium....i really love the place and wish to go there again.... for more info about how this stadium  come into life click here :
happy easter to all of you guys and happy spring festival from taiwan and before i forget i want to greet the most wonderful woman in the world...she is celebrating her 76 birthday today....thanks momsie for everything for taking care all of us...i may not give or return everything what you have done for us but i will keep my promise to you...love you....
taken at the back of the stadium


the back of stadium i took it from the parking area



                   this are all man-made  designed to cater all the visiting people in this stadium    

              
 the top of the man-made falls/creek
 with those 3 kids enjoying the small falls

i took  this after reaching the top (back of the stadium) 

the man-made park on the left wing of stadium


the only plant there that catches my attention about 15-16 feet


.....and its flower (i can't get any good focus on it because its too windy that day)



this thing really fascinates me it looks dead from the first glance but once you touch it is actually alive planted near the parking area of the stadium.......


this are the first set





                                                                                                                                                                                

42 comments:

Liz said...

Kaoshiung is a beautiful place. Happy MYM.

Liz @ Mommy's Little Corner

Pie said...

Beautiful photos! Happy Blue Monday.

I played too. Mine is here.

Anonymous said...

.hi!blue i'm yours ,,,good day,, and happy birthday ,,,As what i have seen in the picture 2009 world games stadium is very different from any ambience which attracts the tourist,thanks 4 ur nice shots blue,

Inay said...

Hello...thanks a lot for dropping on my blog...

pretty hands you've got..

look at how it caught the moment from the shutter...

god bless

SmilingSally said...

That "plant" you like is a bottle brush tree. It will grow even taller. We have many bottle brush trees in Florida. I like them too. Thanks for sharing. Happy Blue Monday.

Ruth said...

Thanks for the little tour. You must have enjoyed it yourself. That must be a major project. Thanks for showing us the place.

♥ Kathy said...

What neat pictures! Thank you for visiting me :)

Happy Blue Monday!

and

Happy Ruby Tuesday!

and

Happy Outdoor Wednesday!

:)

Annie said...

Nice reds but it is the textures and movement of the first two pictures that I keep going back to. that is an amazing stadium and the rock landscaping provides a terrific contrast.

Marice said...

that place looks really interesting! thanks for the quick tour!

u may view mine here

Carver said...

Wonderful shots at the World Games stadium. Such a beautiful place. I love all those rocks. They give a very natural feel to it.

jack69 said...

Hey Beautiful Blue!
Thanks for posting the stadium pictures. And for sure your love for Mom comes thru. Hope you had a wonderful EAster time.
Thanks again for a great post!

Greyscale Territory said...

The stadium is a very creative structure! For some reason, it reminds me of a curling slinky toy! Lovely perspectives of the area!

Photo Cache said...

that flower i believe is known as bottle brush. they're very pretty.

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EG Wow said...

It's a tad blurry but I'm thnking the flowere may be a bottlebrush.

LV said...

Everything you featured today was from very nice areas. I enjoy seeing some of the great places from around the country. Thank you for taking the time to visit and leave a comment.

Wren said...

Incredible architecture, and that lovely park right near by. What a great combination.

Glennis said...

Nice photos of the stadium and the bottle-brush flowers, a lot of work went into building the man made rivers and cascades, nice.

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

CVA: What neat photos you took at the stadium, nicely shown.

chubskulit said...

Lovely sceneries.

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noel said...

aloha,

what a wonderful day today is visiting your corner of the world and seeing this beautiful monument....thanks for showing this to us!

SandyCarlson said...

That is one incredible place!

ρομπερτ said...

Most of it might be man-made, yet the content of the stadium and the park is probably made in the senses, the mind and the heart.
In my opinion a wonderful frame of pictures to go with the birthday wishes.
Happy days for you all.

Al said...

That looks like an attractive and inventive stadium. The main stadium in Denver (for American football) is very generic and corporate, nothing like the one in your post.

Rajesh said...

Beautiful shots. Very lovely place.

Regina said...

Really nice place.
Great captures and combo of themes.

Ann said...

that stadium looks a little like the Bird nest of the olympic games.

The red flowers looks like a" Bottle washer."

Johnny Nutcase said...

interesting post! Looks like a pretty neat place, enjoyed the photos and info, thanks :)

eden said...

Great captures.

Happy Ruby Tuesday!

Spiderdama said...

Wonderful place and pictures!
Wish you a nice week:-)

Unseen Rajasthan said...

Simply Beautiful,lovely and fantastic !!Unseen Rajasthan

siromade08 said...

What a cool shots, beautiful place, you must have fun capturing all those photos. It's just perfect. You did a good job for sharing to us.

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Dharma Shots said...

I love the 4th photo here...

Tammie Lee said...

thank you for sharing these photos, it looks like a fun place to visit.

Dimple said...

Nice series of shots! I like that red brushy flower, even if it was windy!
Thanks for the visit!

Claire said...

Thank you so much for stopping by and leaving a comment on my picture. I appreciate it very much.
Your pictures are all beautiful.

Vernz said...

hi nice photos you got here .... interesting place ...

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SquirrelQueen said...

The stadium and surrounding area are very interesting. It would be a great place to explore.
Happy Birthday to your Mom!

NatureFootstep said...

I´m sorry, but the photos don´t show today :(

January said...

Lovely photos!

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Anonymous said...

.blue ,great place.

Linnea W said...

I could see one photo only. But that one gave me a glimpse of a lot of fun you must had had there! Thanks for visiting mine!

Ms. Bake-it said...

I am so glad your photos are showing now. The stadium and surrounding areas are very interesting. The architecture of the stadium is very interesting. Yes, the red "flower" is definitely a bottle brush. As Smiling Sally said, we have a lot of them here in Florida.

~ Tracy

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