My journeys across China

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Nanluoguxiang 南锣鼓巷
Nanluoguxiang 南锣鼓巷

The beginning of my trip to China中国 , my arrival to Beijing 北京 and the first encounter with Chinese culture in the Hutongs 胡同

Sham Shui Po 深水埗
Sham Shui Po 深水埗

Sham Shui Po 深水埗, is a working class area, famous for its electronics market second hand a delight to photograph, Hong Kong at its best.

Xi’an Muslim Quarter
Xi’an Muslim Quarter

Following the trail of the food I find another world, as the entrance to another city, one with a delicious smell.

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VSCO Sanlitun Dancers

I found this group of girls dancing, with these spectacular traditional dresses, was something very fast, barely had time to take out my camera, within a few minutes they had packed and left, with no idea what it was.

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Streets of Beijing 2018

Amidst the temples and hutongs is the modern Beijing, the great architecture, the skyscrapers, the entire highway system, high technology and fashion, what truly makes it a world-class city, it is what I enjoy the most and where I spend most of my time.

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Temples of Beijing 2018

I arrived in Beijing without plans, however I always had in mind that I would like go back to some places that had been my favorites, among them temples and others that had escaped me.

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Hutongs Beijing 2018

The first thing I did was go back to the Hutongs, walk among the streets, the gray brick buildings, the traditional roofs, the mix between the historic Beijing and the modern Beijing.

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Qianhai Lake 前海

One afternoon in one of my visits to the Hutongs I decided get by Shichahai, I took the road for the Qianhai Lake which led me directly to Nanluoguxiang.

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Xi’an 西安 on Film

I was not sure whether to publish these pictures for poor quality, the rolls I took in Xi’an have been the dirtiest and scratches that have had.

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Hong Kong 香港 on Film

Hong Kong is a paradise for analog photography, is a city where the film is as common as digital, and I love Hong Kong as seen in film

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Mong Kok 旺角

The city is vibrant, chaotic, dirty, noisy, saturated of people, there are shops above shops, large malls between street food vendors, everything catch my attention, everything looks delicious.

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Jing’an Temple 静安寺

The Jing’an Temple 静安 寺 is one of the most famous buddhist temples in Shanghai, it become my everyday must stop and defined my days in Shanghai.

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Guozijian Street on Film

This third roll I took it on my journey through the Lama Temple, Confucius Temple and the Imperial College of Beijing, a walk around the old Beijing.

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Temple of Heaven on Film

The second roll I took was in the Temple of Heaven, unfortunately my Pentax K1000 it stopped working the light meter, so I had to improvise.

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The Hutongs on Film

To me China looks better on film, and here the first photos that I will be publishing, starting with the Hutongs, one of my favorite parts of Beijing.

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