Faces of China: Morning in Xi’an

Mornings are an exciting time in Xi’an – all the world can happen while the day is still waking. I learned this lesson, and I was so rewarded because the mornings were as memorable as the faces were beautiful. On my second morning in Xi’an, I woke earlier than usual and slipped out of the hotel to photograph the activities in the square across the road… I did not anticipate the magic I would find there. On the third and last morning, breakfast was followed by a trip to the Ancient City Wall. Here, rippling silk contrasted buildings that have seen emperors fall, and the city bordered the traditional structure.

If you missed Beijing, the Muslim Quarter, or in around the city of Xi’an, maybe you’d like to find the he(art) of China?

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4 comments

  1. These are extraordinary images! A true slice of life in China. Thank you for bringing your experiences and images here to this blog for all of us to share. xxx

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