Ryan Photography Challenge: China

All over the world the good china seems to come out for breakfast and afternoon tea…

Tea with bee pollen at the snack factory on the Mekong River in Vietnam. Tea with bee pollen at the snack factory on the Mekong River in VietnamA cup of chai at Chittor Palace, now an inexpensive hotel with elegant tableware (India).a cup of chai at Chittor Palace, IndiaVery pretty chinaware for our Helsinge B&B breakfast in Denmark. Wonderful chinaware for our Helsinge B&B breakfast, DenmarkA Delft Blue windmill plate at a flea market in Amsterdam, Holland; so attractive it seems a shame to put anything on it. A Delft Blue Windmill PlatePerhaps the Dutch plate was meant for a china display cabinet like this one in Belgium.China cabinet at the Verdi BandB in Bruges, BelgiumElaborate tea set in Bangkok’s weekend Chatuchak MarketElaborate Tea Set in Bangkok's weekend Chatuchak MarketA variety of Scandinavian-designed cups in our Falkenberg B&B kitchen, Sweden. A variety of Scandanavian-designed cups in our Falkenberg B&B kitchen, SwedenFamous in Mexico is the traditional ceramic painting called Talavera, found most often in Puebla, a UNESCO Heritage site in Mexico. A Talavera plate, the traditional ceramic painting in Puebla, a UNESCO Heritage site in MexicoSimple elegant Japanese china comes out for all meals: these are the serving dishes for a ‘roll-your-own’ sushi party. 'roll your own' sushi partyMore of the Ryan Photography Challenge: China.

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