From a recent journey to the old villages around Huangshan (yellow mountains) of China’s Anhui province, I was utterly inspired with the landscape, the feeling of calm that blankets the area and the mystical sense of being so far away from it all.
It made me think a lot about the nature of water, and reflections that are abundant in this place; the magic of seeing the world repeated, maybe for us to think twice.
A place I will happily return to.
16 replies on “Anhui Diaries~”
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Notable, muy buenas perspectivas, saludos desde Chile
amazing pictures!!! i like your style and i like your skill to catch the rigth Moments.. I will follow and be glad to see more! Thank you for sharing
I would just like to say… These photos are absolutely wonderful! So dark, yet colorful. Each one of them feels like it was pulled straight from some elaborate story. I love it! ^_^
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I love this series! Movingly beautiful! Glad to get a glimpse of your world.
The Victorian umbrella strikes a neat contrast! 🙂
Beautiful and kind of surreal!
Mimo, these are so wonderful! There is a moody glow that pulls you into each frame.
Fantastic pictures, Mimo. I really like thae work you have done here. And also interesting to see this part of the world.
Hi mimo most amazing pictures and so fine yes the first mirror in the world is water that keep us always clean and clear , not like the mirror of today
The bridges and supper amazing too I shells end it to my friend in china
Love and thanks so much
Wow!! so beautiful pictures! Like +++
Beautiful shades !!
Amazing, Amazing!! You are wonderful at finding just the right balance in your composition. It really makes me want to visit!! Your words are also always thought provoking!! You are an inspiration. I’m so glad that I have had the chance to see and experience your work.