Sitting in the car, so I snapped a few shots of the city while we cursing on the road.
Absolutely beautiful scenery, hard to describe with words, so I will let the photos speak for themselves.
I’m thrilled to be invited to travel to China to photograph and attend my friend Murray James (http://www.murrayjames.net/) and Liu Liu’s Wedding!
My flight depart tomorrow, and I will have limited access to my blog (or the rest of the world outside of China!). Will post photos after I come back to States.
Mother is cooking some delicious Chinese food tonight, Charlie and Plato are all happy to be camping around the kitchen in hope of getting a treat of some sort!
If you ever have a chance to travel to China, you’ll witness that the gap between rich and poor is significant. The globalization has driven the economy’s boom. However, it is simultaneously a great economic power but a poor country. In 2005, its annual per capita GDP was $3,315, 7% that of the U.S in 2008. A lot of aforementioned were reflected in the images captured.
A trip to Chong Qin — The Fog City (The fog was mainly made of fine dust and smog)
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