QingDao Beach

Recently I had the pleasure of being shown around the northern Chinese city of Qingdao. It’s a port town that hosted the sailing during the Beijing Olympics, and has some beaches around it’s coastline that people flock from miles to enjoy.

From Sydney’s standards the beaches don’t look like much. However it was great to see how everyone responds the same to the freedom of getting out in nature, the lure of the coast, and the joy the beach seems to hold within its sand and waves.

With all the strife in the world today, maybe we should just give the trouble makers some plastic toys, a cold drink, some swimmers and plop them into the sand at the beach.

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About christianmushenko

Photographer who specializes in people and food. I also shoot fine art seascapes and am represented in NY by June Bateman Fine Art. Watch this space for the space between the photos the rest of the world sees.
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2 Responses to QingDao Beach

  1. Nick says:

    Someone told me that you were in Philladelphia or Pittsburg, This does not look like either.
    Nick

  2. Hi Nick, was shooting for 2 weeks near Harrisburg PA, but sadly didn’t make it up to MASS. We were in China the 2 weeks previous to this having meetings and caught up with Steve and Donna there which was nice. These pics were from the beach in Qingdao where they live. If you want an experience, go visit him there!! All the best

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