In just a few hours, I will be heading to the airport for a flight to Urumqi, in Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, the largest province located in North Western China. It spans a very large area, 1.6 million square kilometer and is bordered by Russia, Mongolia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Afghanistan, Pakistan and India. Lea knows that on each of these photography trips, I would be meeting a lot of street children and photographing them and she had the idea to help me package small shiny bags with little toys from her room and a few colored pencils to give to each child.
We had a very busy day preparing for this trip and I am so looking forward to delve into the unknown again. I will be gone until the 17th, but I might be able to still post daily as I find internet available.
Stay tuned for posts from Xinjiang!
6 replies on “Day One Hunder Eight, May 10, 2011”
I am envious! Always wanted to go there. Enjoy it! Waiting for some great pictures and stories!
How exciting! How thoughtful your daughter is. Safe travels. 🙂 Great photo btw…lovely colours.
Take care and i am looking forward to the pictures from these special region.
Have a great trip!!! – As always I am looking forward to your upcoming posts!
Thank you so much Kirsten!