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Everyday China 2008 不起眼的生活

Everyday China 2008 – Images by xiaomei chen (注:中文在英文下面) I’ve started putting pictures with as many keywords as possible to my photoshelter web account, hoping someone would find one or two or more of them usable – thus sellable. The … Continue reading

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i am nobody (5) 我是无名之辈之五

(注:中文在英文下面) You are a surplus woman, someone says to Ms. Nobody. She is a surplus woman, another says. I am a surplus woman? Ms. Nobody says to herself. I am a surplus woman… She repeated, as she finds one door … Continue reading

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two Artists, three worlds 两位艺术家,三个世界

(注:中文在英文下面。) I haven’t photographed many people recently. But I did photograph two most interesting characters: filmmaker Steve Andrus and photographer Charles Wild Ridge. I stumbled into their worlds by accident and I am grateful for the glance at their worlds. … Continue reading

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as if I were don quixote 追风车,堂.吉柯德似的

It was a beautiful accident that I encountered those windmills in Snyder, TX. It was a blessing that dramatic clouds showed up to change the look of a grayish blue, flat sky towards sunset. I was also lucky see them … Continue reading

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winter

Looking at these images from a winter with lots of snow, I feel a little strange, as I am now in a warm place, where the smell of spring has been in the air for a while. As much as … Continue reading

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Andrew John Brady, Museum, and Still Life

When I stepped out of the National Gallery Museum, the sun was sliding down the cityscape. There was only a stripe of sunlight on the front wall of Martin Luther King Library, which is opposite the National Gallery Museum. I … Continue reading

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first snaps of 2011

Twelve days of the year of 2011 have gone, but this is my first post for the new year: a few snapshots from the past few days. The first two images from somewhere in Kentucky on I-64, when I was … Continue reading

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Christmas is here圣诞了,想回家过年

Went to Farmers Branch, TX last night. Several houses have been beautifully lit for Christmas. All of a sudden, I remembered Christmas was coming and it reminded me of Chinese New Year… I haven’t celebrated holidays for years… Wish I … Continue reading

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windows, light, shapes…

Just a few snapshots: Two windows of my current home, morning light from window and shapes between the seats at a hotel restaurant.

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A Winter Day in Baitian “陋室铭”

On a gloomy winter day in 2009, I visited Huanru Chen and Lanjiao Huang, who live in a dingy 10×12 room in a village in Guangdong, the richest province in South China. Though I knew about them, I was still … Continue reading

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