Day One Hundred Ten, May 12, 2011

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the spirit of Kashgar

When I first arrive a new and foreign place, the first thing I am drawn to is what looks at me through the faces of the people. I feel that the spirit of the land lives in its people and through their eyes and their faces it portrays its theater. Kashgar and its people are innocent, friendly, welcoming, hospitable, kind, inviting, humble, simple, religious, traditional, and very childlike. The old city is a magical maze of amazing architecture, carvings, mosques, cobble stone roads, and the people are in tune with their land and its spirits. They live by code and almost everything they do is done with meaning and purpose behind it. Down to how the door of their home is opened, half open, with a curtain, both sides open, or close, all mean different things as to who Β (husband, guests, ..etc) is in the house at that moment.

Tomorrow we visit very early a village on the way to the high mountains, called Opal. What secrets does a village like this hold??

shy smile

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8 comments

  1. …ahhh, compatibility view, not so stretched now.
    Great shots,
    John

  2. Look like great photos,,, amazing portraits,,, Nice Human Mimo… πŸ™‚

  3. amazing portraits, Mimo…

  4. Incredible faces that look like they could tell a few tales. Excellent photography.

  5. What stunning faces!

  6. Great portraits! Can’t wait to see more of your photos! πŸ™‚

  7. Ahhh man, or woman, they look like great photos but are so streeetched…

  8. Hola Mimo!
    Congrats for your amazing work, for that spirit that drives you to all this hard to get places and ll the best for the up coming projects…. you rock girl!

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