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Aiken Spring
Located in northwest China's Qinghai Province, Aiken Spring in the Gobi Desert is dubbed the "Devil's Eye." The water spewing out of the spring contains a high degree of sulfur, making the land around it barren. Aiken Spring is 647 meters deep, Is the deepest hot spring in Qinghai.
2021
Ghost City
Urho Ghost city, also known as Urho Wind City, presents a large-scale and majestic strange wind erosion landscape which finished its formation in the long-term wind erosion, with unique wind erosion landform and strange shapes. Looking around, people will find it’s like a castle standing vertically in the vast Gobi Desert. It has become dense, scattered but regular shapes of sandstone after the long-term effect of nature.
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Shika Snow Mountain
The mountain has a total area of 25 square miles. The altitude of the highest peak is 14,598 feet above the sea level, while the lowest Napa Grassland is 10,728 feet above the sea level. The large variation in elevation and expansive area endow the Shika Snow Mountain with diverse and abundant flora and fauna that contribute.
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Fantasy
Pink is the delicate sweetness, tenderness and innocence. Pink is the supreme romance, elegance and nobility. Pink is a beautiful reverie, rendering the fragments of infinite imagination. Originated from the collision of nature and reality, pink  brings out new possibilities, so as to present a more evolved aesthetic language. The truly addictive color lies not only in the appearance, but also the desire that can't be wiped off. Pink is nature, youth, unspeakable sexy, and creative soul that spills out of the four seasons.​​​​​​​
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Light
EQUIPMENT: 60 THUMB LIGHTS, TRIPODS, STEEL WIRE,  SLINGS
2019
Color change
Infrared photography is a new trend that prompted I to capture the Chinese Mountains in their most beautiful form. They look like another planet where everything is pink and mysterious.
2019
Mist Hotan Prefecture​​​​​​​
This group of surreal creative works is created by a storm coming up in the desert.  This group of works was shot in China's Taklamakan Desert, the world's second-largest drifting sand, which is known as the Sea of Death. Animal carcasses and fur can be seen everywhere when walking into the boundary line of the desert. Sand dunes are expanding continuously in the desert. Affected by wind, sand dunes shift frequently. The wind can blow up sand walls to three times high.
2020
Colorful Danxia
The work was created in the autumn of 2016. By adopting the half surreal photography technique, it presents us different colorful Danxia. The shooting location of the photo is the north side of Qilian Mountain, which has an area of 536 square kilometers. It is the most typical and the largest Danxia landform landscape in the arid areas of China and it is also the typical representative of Chinese colorful Danxia and lattice-style palatial Danxia in China.
2020
Firn
Yulong Snow Mountain is a mountain range covered with snow all year round on the nearest equator in the northern hemisphere. It is juxtaposed with the Zhongdian Snow Mountain on the west and Mianmian Mountain on the east across the river. It extends from Sanjiangkou in the north to 27°N latitude in the south. The 13 peaks of the whole mountain are arranged longitudinally from south to north. The highest peak of the main peak-Shanzi Peak is 5,596 meters above sea level, with snow all year round, and the height of the snow line is between 4800 and 5000 meters.There are temperate marine glaciers on the Eurasian continent that are closest to the equator.
2020
Yang Pass
Yangguan, or Yangguan Pass, is a mountain pass that was fortified by Emperor Wu of the Western Han Dynasty around 120 BC and used as an outpost in the colonial dominions adjacent to ancient China. It is located approximately 70 kilometres southwest of Dunhuang, in the Gansu territory to the west of the Shaanxi province in the far Northwest China, which was in ancient times the westernmost administrative center of China. It was established as a frontier defense post, as well as a developed place in China's remote western frontier; Emperor Wu encouraged Chinese to settle there. Today Yangguan is located in Nanhu Village, along the Hexi Corridor.
2020
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