“Not till we are lost, in other words not till we have lost the world, do we begin to find ourselves, and realize where we are” ― Henry David Thoreau
I thought I’d share some behind the scene snaps of China from the iPhone- which is always great to capture a photo-in-process or when I am in too much of a hurry to dig out my DSLR.
China is weird and wonderful in a way that you simply have to leave your logic behind and enjoy the ride. From fried ants in dishes, children clambering to have their photo taken on the street or guards threatening to take your camera away in tourist areas, it was quite the experience.
Here are some of my most favourite moments 🙂
Antique tools from a little village in Anhui and the prettiest view from Huangshan
Ham hanging from walls (lunch?) and a famous bridge in JIngde, Suzhou
Shanghai fried bao on the streets and a boat crossing in Suzhou
The cutest chinese puppy + one more from Huangshan
Children on Jiuhuashan (I gave them peppermints in exchange for photos) and a dog who followed me around while his owner delivered tofu!
Koi fish in Wujiang and succulents from a tourist area in Mudu
Stay tuned for more pictures from Taiwan!