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Rustic China: Cobblestone Alleys and Red Laterns

July 3rd 2015
One of the most preserved ancient cities and walled areas in all of China. When you try to imagine traditional China you may conjure up images of small cobblestone alleyways, quaint brick buildings with curved tiled roofs and dangling red lanterns bringing colour and vibrancy to these streets. This is exactly what you can expect to find in Pingyao. Well known as the place to go if you want to see ... read more
Asia » China » Shanxi » Pingyao

Chinese Flag For centuries China stood as a leading civilization, outpacing the rest of the world in the arts and sciences, but in the 19th and early 20th centuries, the country was beset by civil unrest, major famines, military defeats, and foreign occupation. A... ... read more
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6th September 2015

Lighting
I love the light in this photo! Just wondering how you are going to sort all your fabulous photos when you get home ;)
9th September 2015

Lighting
Thank you. Early morning light can be really nice to capture. Too mamy photos. One of the pitfalls of long term travelling. Hopefully it won't be too difficult as we sort them out as we go along for the blog (another great reason to write a blog) so we have a bunch of 20-40 pictures for most places already. Rather than a bunch of 200-400 good and bad pictures we start off with. Would not ever get round to sorting our pictures out otherwise. Will however need to choose the ones to be framed....That'l be a task. Maybe we'll create a funky framed wall?? 😅

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