Nostalgic China 1992 – Great Wall of China

In February/March 1992 I made a business trip to China. After my visit to Daqing and Harbin the north of China I returned to Beijing to attend an oil and gas conference. With my wife and two friends from Singapore we explored Beijing and took a memorable trip out of the city to visit the Great Wall of China at Badaling.

These photos were captured on a Canon film camera and the negatives subsequently scanned and then post processed in Capture One Pro. The image quality in many cases is rather poor as many of the negatives were damaged by heat and humidity over time but this is a wonderful record of this incredible journey in China.

We did a wonderful day trip out to see the Great Wall of China at Badaling and walked/climbed part of the wall getting great views over the surrounding hilly terrain.


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