Photo Blogging from China

It just so happens that some of our favorite photographers, whose blogs we follow, are in China at this very moment, blogging about it with beautiful pictures. This is all the more fascinating to us because we are based in China (and I personally have been here for 7 years). It’s nice to see alternative takes on familiar locations.

Art Wolfe of Luminous Landscape is in China on a two week photo workshop tour, and he is updating his blog along the way. Aside from Huangshan, he’s getting some great shots of the rice terraces in Yunnan Province. Click the images to see more.

Art Wolfe © Luminous Landscape

More from Luminous-Landscape: Classic Chinese Landscapes, Street Photography 1, Street Photography 2

And now, here’s my own take on rice terraces (in Meizhou, Guangdong Province), taken one year ago with a Canon S90.

Terraced Landscape © Jesse Warren

Also, Trey Ratcliff of Stuck in Customs also appears to be here at the moment, having just posted this beautiful picture of the Temple of Heaven in Beijing. Trey has logged a lot of time in China. Click here to see more from the Middle Kingdom.

The Temple of Heaven © Trey Ratcliff / Stuck in Customs

And now for my own rendition of the Temple of Heaven from a trip there three years ago (with a slight touch of “HDR”)…

Temple of Heaven © Jesse Warren

And finally, you can get an (almost) daily dose of photography from China, at my own photoblog: Shenzhen Photos. Here’s a small sample…

Little Girl Staring © Jesse Warren

Sheraton © Jesse Warren

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