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Before & After on Flickr.
Passing ship on the Bei Jiang River, a tributary of the Pearl River.  The woman on the boat ducked down when I tried to take her picture as the boat passed.  China.  May, 2006.

Before & After on Flickr.

Passing ship on the Bei Jiang River, a tributary of the Pearl River.  The woman on the boat ducked down when I tried to take her picture as the boat passed.  China.  May, 2006.

Taken at a Buddhist temple on the banks of the Bei Jiang River, tributary of the Pearl River.  Somewhere between Guangzhou and Lianzhou.
May, 2006. View high resolution

Taken at a Buddhist temple on the banks of the Bei Jiang River, tributary of the Pearl River.  Somewhere between Guangzhou and Lianzhou.

May, 2006.

I’m in the middle of re-editing the video for my China photo book Kickstarter project.

That’s a sentence I kind of want to slap myself for uttering.  Yet, as I sift through hundreds of unseen images, I think this is how it was supposed to be.  Both time and editing skills have increased, and I’m able to see these images in a new light, with some distance and through new eyes.  If you see this, please consider supporting and/or spreading the word.  I am overwhelmed with my desire, my need, to share this with the world.  (Again, kind of want to slap myself.  Still true.)

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