23.5.10


ground-painted chinese calligraphy, somewhat people wonders, united army-marching waltz, ancestor worship beauty,
powerful historical enigma, and some extravagant food variety.
such aesthetics have recovered our spirits throughout this beijing memoir.
inspiration has returned, we welcome thee.

22 comments:

Mumbles said...

those pictures are so great

marley mumbles

SabinePsynopsis said...

Some very interesting pictures. Happy inspiration has returned to you!

Vell said...

Perfect. Nothing else i can say.

Kristin said...

Those are incredible. Amen for inspiration!

Emm said...

amazing shots.

those dumplings look delish!

-em
spindizzyfall

Sarah Munir said...

Loving every single thing here ! Link you for sure :)

Georgina said...

Beautiful and unique photographs! Great blog! I'm following!

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emma said...

amazing photos

Robyn said...

Fantastic photos!
I really enjoyed the one of the man and the streetcar. That's cool. Is he cleaning it..?

-Robyn

Faux Naif said...

these are great. very rich, very inspiring.

ANDWHATELSEISTHERE said...

think he was actually writing the letters. anyway, thanks guys!

Saoirse said...

Thank you so much for all your lovely comments on my blog! You are so sweet!

I love that first pic btw!
xxx
Saoirse

Couture Carrie said...

Beautiful memoir.
Exquisite photos!
Especially loving the calligraphy... so lovely!

xoxox,
CC

Bench Watches said...

Great photos!

Ivania santos By DIAMOND said...

wooow..AMAZINg pics..i liked <3

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drollgirl said...

lovely images (although the military one makes me nervous!), and i am glad the inspiration has returned!

Mystery Bruises said...

how fantastic
just like in the movies!

xx
www.mysterybruises.blogspot.com

E said...

These are such incredible photos!

Dustjacket Attic said...

Hi and cheers from DJ!

You have some great photo's here, in previous posts not all of them appeared sadly, but what I was was interesting.
xxx

Winnie said...

I adore these. I love that last one, Are the light brown things the food you have to accompany congee? (yau char gwai in cantonese) I love them!

Jennifer Fabulous said...

Such stunning photos. Love this post. :)

I hope you have a great weekend!

Kate said...

Really cool pictures, thanks for sharing them!

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