Photography | A Photo Study in China

Alooooha friends! This post is a bit late this week but better late than never, right? This week in my art history lecture we looked at Ming China, and I was inspired to revisit some of the photos I took while visiting China in 9th grade. All these photos were taken in the spring of 2011, and were taken on a crappy little $90 Walmart camera then edited on VSCO cam and uploaded here. The resolution is a lot better on the mobile app!

I went to China on a tour with school and we visited Beijing, Xi’an and Shanghai, and got to see some of the most amazing things in history! I hope you enjoy 🙂 china x4

The Forbidden City (National Palace Museum), Beijing.

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The view of the Forbidden City from Jingshan Park:china x15

The Summer Palace near Beijing:

The Great Wall of China: (about an hour or so outside Beijing)


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Terracotta Warrior Archaeological Site

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Inside of a warrior!

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Giant Wild Goose Pagoda

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The City from the top of the Xi’an City Walls


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The Shanghai Waterfront


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