#10,000 Words: Beijing Photography

They say an image speaks 1000 words, so here is a collection of 10 of my favourite Photo’s from my time in Beijing, for when words fail me.
The Juyongguan section of The Great Wall, closest to Beijing, snaking over the mountain top.
View from The Great Wall of China
One of the buildings comprising The Temple of Heaven religious complex.
One of the few Christian churches in Beijing, located on Wangfujing street. The Western architecture is striking set amongst the surrounding buildings.
Looking out over Houhai lake with Beijing’s Central Business district towering in the distance.
A typical Beijing residential community.
Street performers singing in Sanlitun’s central square.
The central building of the Forbidden City one crowded morning.
Staring up from the base of Beijing’s tallest building, the China Zun.
Fresh strawberries coated in caramelised sugar, a popular summer street food.

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