Morning market that appears every morning along this street then disappears as the sun gets hot.
China does not win the prize for cleanest country in the world. But even it’s dirty looks kinda cool.
|the kindergarten on campus. Now those are some wiggly kids.|
|No need for gargoyles with this guy on your fence.|
These little treats come with a plastic glove to eat them with. When we asked why, the shop owner looked at us with genuine confusion “Well your hand would get sticky!”. I'm not sure what jordan is thinking in this picture.
|We love the fruit. we love the fruit. oh, how we love the fruit.|
Matt is not a tramp. But Julie sure is a lady.
|Luke and Jordan listening to field recordings. One more amazing thing about this trip is that with Luke’s field recorder, we’ve been able to capture some incredible sounds from out journey which will also be incorporated in to the music we’re making|
|Matt at work|
|babies. Anna's foot was fascinating.|
|Things grow here. Every inch is garden.|
We were all in awe of the gorgeous river flowing far down below us. So we told Xiao Wang (driver) to pull on over and we jumped off the cliffs.
|Cathedral in the mountain village where Mao stayed for a while during the long march.|
|portrait of the young mao|
|this is what stores look like|
|Anna's always loved foggy mountain passes|
|i'm the king of the world. or I'm about to sneeze|
|hostel we stayed at in Kangding, western sichuan. Not a garage|
|Each mountain had these at the summit. We were literally in the clouds.|
|oh look! A yak!|
|A little pick up game of b ball with some Tibetan Lamas (monks in training)|
|We loved the buildings-- thick stone walls and colorful windows. Wondering how one would look in SLC were Eric and I to build our own.|
|Tibetan store selling goblets. First thing I thought was Gringotts.|
|The men of MATTEO now all have matching tailored mandarin collared shirts. Bad pictures. But good news.|