A long march with my wife

An elderly Chinese man, a friend of our family we called “Uncle Sun,” once told me that the Chinese people are capable of great endurance.  We saw this, of course, in Mao Tse Tung’s famous “Long March.”  My wife and I are not big fans of Mao, to say the least, but we took a long walk of our own yesterday at dusk.  These photos are the result.  The first below is a stitched process showing the start of a sweet sundown.  The rest are self-explanatory.


About John Mears

I teach English, take photographs, play guitar, write, do yoga, meditate, hike, play computer games, and love (and try to serve) humanity. If anything here touches you, let me know! Leave a comment! Subscribe! Enjoy! If you like the photos, you might like the greeting cards we will be selling soon!
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2 Responses to A long march with my wife

  1. Andrew Jarvis says:

    Why don’t we see sunsets like this in Philadelphia? Same sun, same sky? Must be your camera, John. Nice work.

    • John Mears says:

      Thanks, Andy — but we have these nice hills that make it easier to catch the sunsets from different angles without power lines, billboards, or skyscrapers.

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