Photos Of China's Stunning Scenery! (Part 1)

First of all, Edrei, Char, thanks for guestblogging for me during my absence. My shoes are hard to fill, and no mere mortal can do it easily, but both of you have done an, ah, admirable job. Guestblogger Justin's been busy too, as you can see from his last entry.

Anyway, no, I'm not going into detail about what truly occurred during the last two weeks in China, I have filmed them all and will attempt to edit (shitloads of) videos for my video blog entries, I mean, let's face it, I'm sure everyone's more interested in seeing my transform the entire vacation into a narrative video/music video than to have me droning on and on about what happened to me via written word.

Therefore, what I'm going to do now is merely upload the photos I've taken (mostly digitally manipulated to make up for the shortcomings of my own digital camera) throughout the entire trip (yes, basically, I had a camcorder in one hand, and a generic camera in another, which made mountain climbing more ardous for myself).



Wuyishan City


For some brief yet useful information about Wuyishan City of Fujian Province (it's translated as Wuyi Mountain), click here. This is a place known for its fine tea, its great scenery and all kinds of stuff.

Click photo for explanation. And larger version.

The Inn I Stayed In

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The Dahongpau (Big Red Gown) Tea Growing Area

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Hm. I think I'm a pretty good photographer.