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Here are the Panoramas from my China & Yangtse Photo Essay. We went to China after K. attender her monther's High School Reunion in Hong Kong, so we could see the Yangtse before they flooded it.
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A 360 high on the Badaling section of the Great Wall
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A night 360 of People's Square in Shanghai. The site was a popular makeout spot. Note the architecture which remains this varied over a vast area.
The hall of the Terra Cotta Warriors. Breathtaking.
A Closer in view of the warriors with a 35mm lens. You can't see the front but you can see more detail.
The hall of the warriors from the side.
The right hand (less steep) side of the Badaling Wall Section
The left hand side is the side I climbed. This is at noon as it has filled with tourists.
Tien An Men Square at night, just before the cops forced us out. (Ok, they forced everybody out, and they do it every night.)
Inside the Forbidden City
The city of Chong Qing from a tower on its highest hilltop