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
My second post about the Hutongs 胡同 of Beijing 北京 and my first impressions of China 中国
My first experience alone in Beijing 北京 and my visit to the Temple of Heaven 天壇
My visit to the Temple of Heaven天壇 in Beijing 北京.
My visit to the Lama Temple 雍和宫 in Beijing 北京
My visit to the Temple of Confucius 北京孔廟 in Beijing 北京
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.
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.
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.
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.
It is already well into the autumn, the morning was a bit cold and rainy, perhaps an omen what was coming, the day I spend it in the People's Square.
Now I'm much lighter with my Huawei P7, has a great camera, and next to VSCO Cam are the perfect combination, here's the first part of my walks [...]
I could not help but feel out of place here, but I really liked the feeling of having gone and returned by train to the future I imagined as a child.
While I'm fascinated by the grandeur of Shanghai, my favorite part was walking through the small streets, watch its people ad get more involved.
When I finally enter the garden was an immediate change of scenery, It was a quiet afternoon walking the different scenarios of the complex.
Here I give you the first part of the best that came out of this batch of rolls I made in Shanghai, some despite all get an interesting look.
This is second part of my photos on film that I made in Shanghai, most were taken in Yu Garden and its surroundings.
The city is vibrant, chaotic, dirty, noisy, saturated of people, there are shops above shops, large malls between street food vendors, everything [...]
I sit down to contemplate the rich cultural diversity of Hong Kong, the ultimate cosmopolitan asian city