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  1. Greetings to our Friends! Here is another long overdue photo-diary: http://photoart.chebucto.org/photos-folder/2010_Tea-Horse-Trail_Expedition_PhotoDiary.pdf Although the expedition was in Summer of 2010, but because feeling that I lack of adequate snapshots to form a photo-diary that could proximately reflect our well-done expedition... so never had made that photo-diary until recently thinking it is still better to have a not so good one than no photo-diary for that yet another "Gone, but not forgotten" memorable journey to a part of the world so special... So share with you here is my http://photoart.chebucto.org/photos-folder/2010_Tea-Horse-Trail_Expedition_PhotoDiary.pdf
  2. Greetings! May I share with you my Photo-diary of our "April 2013 Eastern Tibet Cultural/Photographic Expedition"... : http://photoart.chebucto.org/photos-folder/2013_April_PhotoDiary.pdf Although it is only a collection of snapshots with a pocket p/s Leica D-Lux5...
  3. A snapshot during the "Tu" people "Bobo" ritual in northwestern China's Qinghai province in April, while leading our "April 2013 Eastern Tibet Cultural/Photographic Expedition"...
  4. A D-Lux5 snapshot while leading our Eastern Tibet Cultural/Photographic Expedition...
  5. Greetings! Each time after leading our Special Cultural/Photographic Expeditions, I'd make a "photo-diary" with snapshots taken with a little pocket-sized Leica point & shoot camera… those images are just for that purpose - snapshots for a photo-dirary of that trip… But after our fascinating 2010 October "Taklimakan Desert Expedition" (http://photoart.chebucto.org/photos-folder/2010_Taklimakan%20Desert_Expedition_PhotoDiary.pdf), I did not make a photo-diary… the reason was that I felt my snapshots were not what-so-ever up to par to represent the rich & colourful culture/nature we had experienced and enjoyed during our 4,000km journey across & around the World's second largest desert… Until few days ago, two of our participants of that journey from Vancouver Island who are visiting Nova Scotia, we met again here in Halifax, Ray and Judith told me how much they enjoyed the travel in 2010… and also sent to me the below note: (quoted here, with their permission) ---------- Our trip to Xinjiang with Yau-Sun was the best trip we have ever taken. We went to places that no “tourist tour” would ever have taken us, and we experienced real life in the off-the-beaten-track villages. The opportunities for photography were fabulous. The vast and haunting Taklamakan desert, joyous Tajik weddings, yurts in the foothills of the stunning Kunlun Mountain range, the hustling and sense-assaulting Kashgar market ….so many memories captured in our photographs. It is a trip we will never, ever forget. ~ Judith Green & Ray Anderson Duncan, British Columbia ------------ Judith and Ray's compliment really moved me, and prompted me to act for this much due late photo-diary for a truly - "Gone, But not Forgotten" experience… Share with you here is my http://photoart.chebucto.org/photos-folder/2010_Taklimakan%20Desert_Expedition_PhotoDiary.pdf
  6. Greetings to our friends! Another one of my seminars: "A Snapshot View of the Post-Revolutionary Egypt" was well received earlier this month. It was an unique opportunity to be invited to lead and conduct this field-workshop...; Some of my sample snapshots with a Leica D-Lux little camera while leading this workshop can be seen here: http://photoart.chebucto.org/photos-folder/Egypt_six_in_one.jpg (due to the size of the photo, it is not able to upload to the forum page, so try to provide this above link to click into this jpg file) The topic of the workshop concentrated on: 《Taking Meaningfully Impressive Photos with a Pocket-sized "PHD" Camera》; (PHD = Press Here Dummy...) And the next Special Cultural/Photographic Expedition: "Wonders of the Northeastern Borders" is here: http://photoart.chebucto.org/photos-folder/2012_Sept_Northeast_China_Expedition_news.pdf ready for September!
  7. It is one of my snapshot exercises... But does this composition of subject matters make sensible relations? Could you see what I was thinking while capturing/making this composition & the meaning between the subject matters? Or it's too difficult for an average viewer to see or to relate/think of that? Other words, the picture does not work?
  8. The new couple kneeling down to pay respect to the parents and receive blessings from the elders - a wonderful tradition, inside this tent set up for a big and lively wedding party... / a D-Lux snapshots. (more of my Cambodian snapshots could be found here: http://photoart.chebucto.org/gallery5.htm)
  9. A D-Lux snapshot. The image is too busy, no defined subject, not a very good one... could only be as a moment of a record-shot of a place...
  10. As mentioned in the last post of "Our morning activity", here is a D-Lux snapshot with blue sky in it, south of Chengdu, Sichuan.
  11. Greetings to our friends! also take the opportunity to attach another D-Lux3 snapshot ...
  12. The photo was one of many many dinners during our photographic/cultural expeditions to Western China; posting here to signify that I wish to treat all Leica friends a healthy tasty feast for the Holiday Seasons! It is my sincere wish to all of our Leica friends the very best for a very enjoyable Holiday Season, a Merry Christmas, a Happy New Year, and another productive upcoming year of Leica photography! And to wish the prosperous and long live of Leica!
  13. A rare sunny moment in a long rainy season of Cuzco region... nice view, everyone seems going about one's own business..., the air is relaxing..., a lot in the scene but a balanced scene..., a casual D-Lux3 capture of a moment in this ancient Inca capital...
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