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Hani woman with a heavy load.  Taken at a construction site in Yuanyang Province (just north of the South China border with Vietnam).  Much of the work of all types in this area is done by hand. Women from the Hani minority were hauling wicker baskets full of sand and rock up some crude stairs in the early morning light.  The grey concrete make a perfect neutral grey background.  I'm back after spending a couple of weeks photographing the ethnic peoples of Guizhou and Yunnan provinces in Southern China. Terrible internet connections in China with many sites completely embargoed (including Google, gmail, UTube, Facebook, Twitter plus many others even in major hotels in major cities), so no point even trying to post or comment.    Thank you all, and especially Rick Willis for helping to keep my photos 'alive' during the past 2 weeks during my absence!  I'm posting a couple of 'sneak preview' photos today to provide a taste for what I've been photographing.
01-29-2015 - Prescott, AZ - Granite Dells        Link to Photo  Without Frame
Woman walking across flooded rice paddies at sunrise    The Honghe Hani rice terraces are a recently designated UNESCO World Heritage site in the south of Yunnan province, China (just north of the border with Vietnam).  They cascade down the Ailao mountains to the banks of the Hong River and have been in constant cultivation for the last 1300 years.  They are truly marvellous to see and photograph.
Hani woman with a heavy load.

Taken at a construction site in Yuanyang Province (just north of the South China border with Vietnam). Much of the work of all types in this area is done by hand. Women from the Hani minority were hauling wicker baskets full of sand and rock up some crude stairs in the early morning light. The grey concrete make a perfect neutral grey background.

I'm back after spending a couple of weeks photographing the ethnic peoples of Guizhou and Yunnan provinces in Southern China. Terrible internet connections in China with many sites completely embargoed (including Google, gmail, UTube, Facebook, Twitter plus many others even in major hotels in major cities), so no point even trying to post or comment.

Thank you all, and especially Rick Willis for helping to keep my photos 'alive' during the past 2 weeks during my absence!

I'm posting a couple of 'sneak preview' photos today to provide a taste for what I've been photographing.

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Hani woman with a heavy load.  Taken at a construction site in Yuanyang Province (just north of the South China border with Vietnam).  Much of the work of all types in this area is done by hand. Women from the Hani minority were hauling wicker baskets full of sand and rock up some crude stairs in the early morning light.  The grey concrete make a perfect neutral grey background.  I'm back after spending a couple of weeks photographing the ethnic peoples of Guizhou and Yunnan provinces in Southern China. Terrible internet connections in China with many sites completely embargoed (including Google, gmail, UTube, Facebook, Twitter plus many others even in major hotels in major cities), so no point even trying to post or comment.    Thank you all, and especially Rick Willis for helping to keep my photos 'alive' during the past 2 weeks during my absence!  I'm posting a couple of 'sneak preview' photos today to provide a taste for what I've been photographing.
Hani woman with a heavy load.

Taken at a construction site in Yuanyang Province (just north of the South China border with Vietnam). Much of the work of all types in this area is done by hand. Women from the Hani minority were hauling wicker baskets full of sand and rock up some crude stairs in the early morning light. The grey concrete make a perfect neutral grey background.

I'm back after spending a couple of weeks photographing the ethnic peoples of Guizhou and Yunnan provinces in Southern China. Terrible internet connections in China with many sites completely embargoed (including Google, gmail, UTube, Facebook, Twitter plus many others even in major hotels in major cities), so no point even trying to post or comment.

Thank you all, and especially Rick Willis for helping to keep my photos 'alive' during the past 2 weeks during my absence!

I'm posting a couple of 'sneak preview' photos today to provide a taste for what I've been photographing.

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Photo by: Terry Allen · See photo in original gallery.

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