I was invited to photograph Guizhou last month and found the province to be quite different than I expected. Unfortunately it was raining while there, and I didn’t have my usual planning (In fact I traveled in a group to preselected places, which is far from my usual method of excursions in China.) so the(…)
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So, I’ve been busy lately. Really. I have completed the second edition of my Dongguan, China 中国东莞 second edition book, printing now, and traveling to one of the far corners of China, northern Yunnan. Specifically Shangri-La and Deqin/Feilai. I have traveled here due to the brilliant Tibetan culture thriving in the area and the spectacular(…)
One of my favorite things while on excursion around China is meeting the people. I had a blast visiting with special people the various villages I visited. Here are just a few images of the people I think of when I think of Luoping.
Surrounding Luoping, Yunnan is quite a beautiful series of mountains, Karst peaks, and other geologic formations. It was a spectacular adventure traveling through this area as I didn’t know what was around the corner. Whatever it was, it was sure to impress.
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I love traveling in China and one of the main reasons is the varying topography and the great China landscape.
China has a history spanning more than 5000 years old, ensuring there’s plenty of historical items for me to photograph. I have found that China History Photography is some of my favorite work because I learn about why China is, well, China.