4/22/2016 12:00:00 pm

Adventures with a Camera and a Friend | Xiao Guilin |

A couple of days ago, a friend and I decided to explore this underrated park with amazing scenery- Xiao Guilin. I'll let my photos do the job of narrating our story.

Decided to go up this mini 'peak'
we're up

inspired by Wesley Chan of Wong Fu Productions 

It started to drizzle a bit, so we took refuge here for awhile

everyone has a weird photo obsession. hers is patterns- stone, tile, bricks and all that stuff. mine is people taking photos, so I take photos of people taking photos.
another one of those 'shells' at the other side of the lake, hence a different view

hello from the other side

I didn't actually use monochrome for this, it turned out black and white.
Hope you enjoyed scrolling through the photos.


  1. This is so beautiful. I love little adventures with great photos that have come out of it.

    The Life of Little Me

  2. Gorgeous Z! Looks incredible!

  3. Your photography is always so gorgeous! What equipment do you use?:)

    1. Thanks Martin! For these photos I used my Nikon D5500 with 18-55mm kit lens. For some other photos on this blog I either use my phone (Asus Zenfone 2 Laser) or my old family camera (Samsung WB750).

  4. These are really nice pictures. The shell cover thing looked really familiar and then I remembered we kind of have the same thing in the city park where I live. The only thing I liked about it was climbing the slopes though :p


  5. Guilin, in my opinion, is one of the most stunning places in the world, and your photography has certainly captured its beauty. Also, I absolutely adore your blog!!

    1. Thanks! (By the way, this is not actually the real Guilin [that is in China), this is nicknamed 'Little Guilin' for its similarities; it's actually a town park that used to be a quarry.


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