All humans on this planet are created with the same basic design, spirit, soul, mind, brain, body, emotions, senses… all are born and all will eventually pass on.
Thoughts like these make me see people differently while traveling in strange places. The knowledge that we are all human, that we all get sad, we get happy, we are curious, we are suspicious, we dream, we wish, we love, we dislike, we eat, we sleep, we procreate, we create, and we share this beautiful planet under the great big blue sky. These are the wonders that make me love traveling, discovery and meeting other humans.
photo taken: In the courtyard of the old mosque in Kashgar, a gathering of Uyghur men.
15 replies on “Day 29~ June 29th~ Xinjiang”
OMg, you flew to China. Let me guess Is it the east side of China?. These people looks Uyghur. I hope your blog will make sense for those people who thinks we are different from each other.
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Wow! Love it! Thanks for the wonderful series on Xinjiang. I enjoyed it even better than your Egypt series if that is possible!
Love this magnificent view. Thanks.
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Mimo, your commentary is bang on __good words and well stated! 🙂
Beautiful photograph and wonderful words Mimo..
I agree with you. And look at the guy on the left : he’s dreaming !
You continue to surpass yourself Mimo 🙂
It’s one thing to take great pictures, which you do, but what you do transcends photography. I’m always taken by your images, and then touched by your interpretation of the experiences. What I would give to be able to travel and SEE the world with the humility and compassion that you do. I will follow your journey through your blog and encourage the people I love to do the same. Thank you.
Thank you so much for your moving comment!
Geoff, an excellent observation! I like it!
J’adore l’effet donné par cette forme de contre-plongée!
Thank you Eric!