Xian, the Ancient Capital of the Middle Kingdom

Grand Mosque at the Muslim Quarters

I am motivated to write short articles about those cities and places we have visited so far during our PhotoSafari Trips. Since we started doing photo tours, we have organized 7 photosafaris and attended 2 Crossing Bridges outings over the past one and a half years. That is considered to be a lot of specialized photography trips we have made so far.

I am just putting my thoughts and impressions as a photographer on the places that I have visited. It is in no way a travel guide. However, you can use some of my experiences as a travelling photographer and you should be able to capture some of those moments that I have captured.

This is a wonderful journey that I would like to share with you and hope that you will like it.

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The residents are trying to cope with change

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Sweet Potato Seller at the corner of the street. Inspite of modernity, traditions continued

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A Pau Seller catering to the breakfast crowd

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The Muslim Street. This is tourist street after 11am till midnight

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  1. Sherene Lim

    Xian a home to terracota army, i missed the terracota museum visit and will be back there one day again!

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