Kevin Raber

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Incredible China

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So, blogging from China is still hard to do.  I am also having Facebook withdrawal as I can’t access FaceBook form China.  But, I am having a great time.   I started my trip out in Beijing and for the last few days have been in Chengdu.  Here I did a few presentations on PODAS workshops trying to get the Chinese market interested in a photography workshop in Death Valley this November.  We have had more than 50 people at each presentation and they have been very welcoming to me and PODAS.  Yesterday and today have been down days and I have had a chance to see some of the wonderful sites in the Chengdu area.  Yesterday I visited the Panda Research facility and that is where I took the wonderful photo for today’s blog.  What would a trip to China be without a Panda photo. We caught a cab just as a torrential rain storm hit.  It kind of washed out the rest of the day as the heavens opened up and it just poured down rain.  Never the less it was a great day with wonderful meals with great new friends.  Today, I visited two areas. One a river area with all sorts of beautiful places along cliffs and the river.  Lots of climbing and walking.  I even managed to slide butt first down a muddy hill.  It’s very hot here and you need to drink a lot of water.  Lots of walking and climbing.  We also visited a mountainous area and it seems that we climbed hundreds of steps to the top.  It was a beautiful area and I am sure I’ll be posting some images from this wonderful area.  It was then back to the hotel for a refreshing cool shower and some relaxing before a dinner with fellow Phase One members and our local dealer.  All in all it’s been a very special trip so far.  Tomorrow I head to Guangzhou where I will do two presentation and then to Hong Kong where I will do presentations on Thursday and finally a very long plane ride back home on Friday.  I hope all of you have had a great fourth of July weekend.  I will make up for  missing the holiday next weekend with my own fireworks and burgers on the grill.  Look for more posting when I can get online.

Author: Kevin Raber

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One thought on “Incredible China

  1. Very cool. What a face…..beautiful and fascinating creatures. Nice shot.

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