Images of the spectacular Meili Mountain range in Nothern Yunnan China. One of the most sacred and beloved mountain ranges to Tibetan Buddhists, 卡瓦格博 (Kawagarbo Peak) is the tallest of the 梅里雪山 (Meili Xue Shan or Meili Snow Mountain) range along the Tibet/Yunnan border at 6740 meters (22,107 feet) above sea level. Most of the […]
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I love traveling in China and one of the main reasons is the varying topography and the great China landscape. What makes an interesting landscape photo? Compositions can be extremely creative within a given landscape, however, many things help out. Color, details, mountains, rivers, lakes, trees, and many more features help enhance any of the […]
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.
What makes China… well China? It’s people. Here, I will showcase some of my favorite China people photography including portraits, street photography, and environmental shots. Enjoy! This images have been taken all over the country, and over the past 9 years… I have so many photos of people, it’s really difficult to choose who and […]
One thing I’ve learned is that China is more varied than you or I can imagine. It seems that each place I travel has some major difference, or differences, from any other place in the world. These items of Chinese Culture are what I share here.
Often when people think of China, they think of impressive buildings, colorful decorations, and spectacular skylines. This gallery from China photographer Adam Crase will give you a sense of the beauty within Chinese Architecture.
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Taking a few days in July to visit Tianmen Shan in Zhangjiajie, Hunan China was a real treat. Zhangjiajie is famous for being one of the locations scouted for and inspiring the Hallelujah Mountains in the movie Avatar, so it’s a MUST SEE in Hunan. Zhangjiajie is really split into a few sections but mainly […]
One of the most beloved geological areas of China is the Stone Forest of Shilin (Near Kunming.) Yunnan. The Park is part of the South China Karst Unesco Heritage Region, and houses truly impressive stone structures built by nature. Additionally, during the middle of the day, when walking in the heat isn’t recommended, it’s great […]
Fenghuang City (凤凰县), which means Phoenix City, is a marvelously preserved ancient town nestled in the mountains in China’s central Hunan province. The scenery in and around this ancient town seems unreal and magical with the stilted buildings along the Tuojiang river being the most famous. This town is a MUST SEE for anyone going […]
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On the first day of the Water Splashing Festival (潑水節 or Pōshuǐ jié) the locals hold Dragon Boat races and preparation. Here are images taken along the Mekong river in Jinghong, Yunnan, China during the 2013 festival. I think one of the most fun festivals in China happens in the far southern rainforest of Xishuangbanna in […]