Nanhui (pronounced nan-hwey) District, a suburb of Shanghai, has been the venue for the Peach Blossom Festival since 1991. With the highly regarded local blooms, and performances, from lion dances, stilts and minority dances, it wasn’t a hard-sell for me. Read more about the festival here.
So, I registered online for a half-day tour, and armed with no-sleep, and a shaking hand from some coffee, I went along with fellow-expats for the hour-or-so ride, amidst pending shadowy skies and bad-weather forecasts.
More to be written on this entry at a later time. Meanwhile, enjoy the pictures:
View the full gallery here. And yes, I know that if you view the EXIF data of the photos, they don’t make sense. At all.
8 thoughts on “Shanghai Nanhui Peach Blossom Festival”
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Rain, are you using RAW for your shots? Great color and sharpness. 😉
Henry: Hey, thanks for visiting.
markku: Ano ika yung RAW? Wehehehe. I can’t use RAW, no PC of my own here in Shanghai, and I “can’t” install stuff on my work PC. I actually think the photo’s are too… contrasty. Might re-edit them when I have the time. Thanks for the compliment, though 🙂
gusto ko yung shot ng family sa mga flowers, naiimagine ko tuloy kung ako yung tatay na sana helios 40-2 or jupiter 9 yung gamit ko for that shot…
oh, kelan ka na magpost ng mga m42 shots?
In time, Kim. In time.
Malala na sakit natin, dude. Must. Stop. From. Pimping. Camera.
rain, we have turned into the M42 adapted Canon geeks…
Just dropping by as well! Nice photos!
Ivan: Thanks! 🙂