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29
JAN
2013

Chicago

 

Images from my trips to Chicago few years ago.

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29
DEC
2012

Everglades National Park

We traveled to Everglades National Park during the holiday season, and had the chance to test our new Canon 5D Mark III for it’s performance.  Quite pleased most of the time, with the exception of exposure metering system where Canon still lacks far behind from Nikon.  Enjoy the photos!

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10
DEC
2011

Miami Citiscape Abstraction

Sitting in the car, so I snapped a few shots of the city while we cursing on the road.

20
OCT
2011

Forbidden City in Beijing, China

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27
AUG
2011

Bits and Pieces

I pose with a installation art in Key West

Zhiqi poses with a sculpture pair overlooking the ocean at Key West

10
JUN
2011

Miami

Just took a trip to Miami, such a beautiful place!

14
NOV
2010

Arkansas Visit Day 1

Absolutely beautiful scenery, hard to describe with words, so I will let the photos speak for themselves.

This view is right on the side of the road.  We stopped to take a photo before we continued our drive to Devil’s Den State Park.

Another view on the side of the highway.

Almost there.

Very hilly road going into the park.

Spider web

Reflection of trees on my rental car window, I really love the contrast of the metal and the surroundings.

This little spider’s got long legs, and apparently a long pair of teeth.

Saw this scene, and it kinda reminded me of Eliot Porter’s work

Golden leaf stuck on a tiny branch close to the ground.

The sun casting many shadows on the hilly road.

29
JUN
2010

On the way to China. 6-18-2010

16
JUN
2010

Last Post Before China Trip!

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!

28
OCT
2009

Rich? Poor? Maybe Both?

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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