It is so hard to describe all the feelings and thoughts I had being at the famous Great Wall of China. Looking back on these photos now I feel more honoured that I got to do a photoshoot at this location. We were very fortunate to have the whole place to ourselves as it was an hour before closing. Only 3 people were at sight when we arrived and were heading out but before they did they took some photos of me as I created a bit of a sense twirling around. It was everything I could have ever asked for being ultimately alone at one of the most famous sights in the world. Just around the corner from Badaling which is the more famously known as it is refurbished and where all tour buses drop off tourist to visit. I asked our tour guide if we could skip it and go somewhere else where no one would be around and she delivered! Ancient Badaling will not be refurbished and will maintain as is with minimal maintenance to keep it’s ruins alive as it tells such a great story that you immediately embrace while walking up the rough steps. It was extra special to faintly see the sunset through the thick smoggy sky in the west and over my shoulders in the east out came the glowing moon.
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And if you haven’t seen the video and my favourite image of Scott and I spinning on the Great Wall of China check it out here.