In October 2013 I visited China including Jiuzhaigou National Park, Huanglong, Chengdu, Leshan, Mount Emei, Emeishan, Longsheng, Daxuzhen, Guilin, Li River and Yangshuo.
This small collection of black and white images captures some interesting moments during that trip and demonstrates the diversity of life in China. It’s a fascinating country to visit and offers an incredible range of photographic opportunities.
Passionate Photographer …. Lost in Asia
Stuart Taylor of HighlanderImages Photography has been making images for over 25 years and can offer a diverse range of photo imaging services with a focus on Asia and a documentary/photojournalistic style. These services include planning and executing a photo shoot on location but importantly all the post-processing and image preparation needed for the specific finished media format required by the customer. Stuart’s experience and knowledge in all of these aspects makes HighlanderImages Photography a one-stop-shop for a comprehensive and professional image production service.
Stuart can be available for a variety individual assignments or projects and he specialises in areas such as photojournalism, commercial, architectural, real estate, industrial, interior design, corporate, urbex, adventure, wilderness and travel photography. Stuart can also offer some innovative and advanced techniques such as HDR (High Dynamic Range) and Panoramic Photography.
Final image products can be delivered as high resolution images, prints, books, multimedia slideshows, videos and DVDs. Images from this website can be purchased as prints in a variety of sizes and media, as gift items or as digital downloads.
4 thoughts on “China Vignettes”
I especially enjoyed the sparkly high heels 😀 Great captures of the people you saw!
Yes those heels were really out of place … thought it was Dorothy off to see The Wizard!
My favourite, the Calligrapher, but beautiful photos all……
Many thanks …..