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I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: Xinjiang, in my humble opinion, is a photographer’s paradise. Travelers with even the simplest camera phone can take great photos, but professional photographers can produce stunning results. After years of traveling around Xinjiang, China with a puny little pocket camera, I have finally crossed over to […]Read More ▸
When it comes to the beautiful Xinjiang landscape, even a simple camera can produce the most beautiful photographs.Read More ▸
When your home is made of mud-brick, sometimes it’s hard to decorate. Perhaps that’s why something as simple as a door becomes an ornate masterpiece for many Uyghur homes in Xinjiang?Read More ▸
It’s been a cold winter but that means gorgeous snowy photos from Xinjiang and the Silk Road! See it from space, on the ground or from a tractor…Read More ▸
Nothing quite compares to winter in Xinjiang. Because of the province’s sheer size, describing this season of the year with one blanket statement is nearly impossible. Pictures are the only thing that do Xinjiang’s winter justice.Read More ▸
In Xinjiang, camels aren’t just for riding. Take a look at this crazy photo captured by a FarWestChina reader during her travels through Hotan, Xinjiang.Read More ▸
I received an email from a lady a while back whose kids were going to travel through Kashgar. She had been there as a student back in the late 1970′s and later worked there in the 1980′s. She shared with me these pictures she took in Kashgar that I thought were absolutely fascinating.Read More ▸
In 2009 photographer Aphra Pia visited China to travel along the fabled Silk Road.Read More ▸
Somewhere between Urumqi and Kashgar these nomads have set up tent at the foot of the Tian Shan. THIS is why you take a train when you travel in Xinjiang, not an airplane. How are you supposed to see this through a small hole thirty thousand feet in the air?Read More ▸