Wilderness & Landscape Photography by Jason & Joshua Hill
Xilang Shan is a hill on the western end of Yangshuo, in Yangshuo Park. Go there in the morning to climb this hill and see […]
Photos of cormorant fishermen were one of the reasons we visited this area of China. Unfortunately, no guidebooks told us that cormorant fishing isn’t practiced […]
Le Vôtre is primarily a French restaurant, but they have several signs advertising “home-made beer” outside their central location on Yangshuo’s busy West Street. They […]
Yangshuo is a popular destination for Chinese tourists exploring the Li River. It has several different pedestrian streets, all filled with stores, restaurants, hotels, clubs, […]
Thick bamboo forests span the banks of the Li River. Stalks tower up to 50 feet above the ground, each one rising independently and exploding […]
Some of the most memorable mountains I’ve climbed have been small by mountain climbing standards. Lao Zhai Shan in Xingping is one of them. I […]
This photo was taken inside the Great Wall. Some of the towers have several levels and staircases, and most have windows with great views of […]
The Palace of Heavenly Purity (one of several palaces inside the Forbidden City) was the residence of the Emperor during the Ming Dynasty. It served […]
This is a photo of the painting of Mao Zedong that hangs on the front of the Forbidden City. I was the same distance from […]
This photo was taken in front of Tiananmen Gate while looking at Tiananmen Square. The road separating me from Tiananmen Square is Chang’An Jie. If […]
A candid moment inside the Forbidden City. The soldier in the middle couldn’t stop laughing. These guys were typically pretty serious.
Shanghai has dozens of large neighborhoods and districts, all of which seem to be architecturally inspired by different colonial and financial presences. We asked for […]
China’s version of the Wall Street bull. Made in the USA (Wyoming). Unveiled in May 2010 (before the World Expo).
Shanghai is the largest city in the world, but it’s extremely peaceful on the waterfront in the Bund during sunrise. People are flying kites and […]
This was my first morning in Shanghai. China is one big massive timezone, and Shanghai is over on the eastern edge, so the sun rises […]