A Brief Look

Thursday, July 28, 2011  ::  

I have much to share about my trip to China with Esther, but please don't get your hopes up with this post. Today is Embrace the Camera day and I have a super cool photo to post, so I couldn't pass up the opportunity.



Is that cool or what?  Esther and I on the Great Wall of China.  It was a super foggy, rainy day so it was beautiful and mysterious.  It seemed as if one could almost hear the Chinese Erhu playing in the background. We had a lovely time taking in the beauty, climbing huge steps, and listening to all the languages being spoken from tourists from around the world.  

Sharing more from our trip will gradually happen, but now I'm going to rest my weary jetlagged body because we got in late last night.  I will say that it was a wonderful trip full of quality time with Esther, great conversation with my friend Jamie, and personal processing for me. 





9 important comments so far. What are your thoughts?

Angela DeSoto said...

Of course I have to comment (shocker?)...I love the pics and I can't wait to hear what's stored up in that mind of yours!

Unknown said...

Beautiful pictures! I am looking forward to hearing more about your trip!

Anonymous said...

Oh....it's so poetic looking. It's almost as if you were living 200 years ago, and there is a war behind you. Fog is your disguise from the enemy and you and Esther are letting out your war cry!

Kelly

The Sugar Mountain said...

WOW! Beautiful pics! What an amazing backdrop! Will have to check in to hear about your tavels. XO

Vivian said...

What an amazing experience to be at that place. I'm definitely following you now...can't wait to see more of the trip. Thank you for stopping by!

Bobbi said...

Too cool...good for you for remembering to capture yourself at such a special place and time.

Carol said...

That is amazing! It does look mysterious and amazing - looks like an amazing trip and a special time.

Anonymous said...

I love these photos!! What an amazing backdrop for two beautiful women!! Can't wait to hear more... I love you!!
Mom

Super Lily said...

WOW!!! Amazing indeed. What a great experience. I'm looking forward to many more pictures of your travels.

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