You have probably noticed by now that I enjoy photography. Whenever I am in China (or just about anywhere) I have a camera with me. The following are a few shots I took on my last trip in October/November 2013, on the streets of Nanjing, Beijing, and Tianjin. To see more of my photography, visit my Flickr site using the link on the right side of the page.
That celery is enormous! Mmm… I can almost taste it…
The streets in China look so interesting. The areas themselves look poor but it seems like they have so much culture or color in every shot. None of the streets seem devoid of the special qualities that separate China from another country even without an abundance of money.
I’ve always thought a picture is worth a thousands words! I really love these photos, especially the first one “Not that into you”, the bunnies one, and Hutong life.
A photo says a thousand words. It is a beautiful pastime: photography. In these photos a story is being told. It is a story of the young and the old, the new and the antiquated, the food, the people, an the culture. I would like to take time to visit different countries around the world and take photos of the life and the story that the country and its people share with me.