六一国际儿童节 – International Children’s Day
It’s Children’s Day. The little hellions darlings are running around all over the city wreaking havoc spreading joy. I kid. I kid because I love. In honor of Children’s Day, here are a few shots of little Chinese angels I’ve collected over the past couple of years. I’ve tried to include a variety of situations and emotions. Here… is the future of China.
Flowers & Fish
Sneaking A Peak
Screaming In Nanning
Baby Yao Number Three
Just click on the image to find out more about each shot.
So, yes, I have once again fallen behind. The new blog/website design is well underway and I hope to have it up and running very soon. I am also waiting to see the edited version of the photo-documentary on the opera singers and we are trying to get the photo tourism business up and running before we completely miss the summer travel window. I am also planning my son’s summer visit. Throw in the teaching responsibilities and trips to the hospital and, well, I think you get the picture. Trying to stay of top of everything is proving to be difficult. It leaves very little time to actually write or take photographs.
If you are one of the folks I owe email, know I haven’t forgotten about you. I hope to get back to everyone this week. Yes, I know I’ve said that before.
~ by Expatriate Games on June 1, 2009.
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