As I continue to re-edit my travel photos from 2010, I’m revisiting some of my unbelievable experiences from that trip. It also gives me something to do as I navigate the spring allergy season in Chengdu.
My eyes are constantly stinging and watery, my sinuses feel like someone shoved a fistful of dry pine needles up my nose, my breathing is labored and shallow, and my cough persistent. This is the worst allergy season in recent memory. The other day I decided to visit my favorite massage therapist, but before I even reached the university gate I was gasping for breath and wheezing. I gave it up. My next purchase: a deionizer to purify the air in my apartment. And a face mask.
Watcher – Jama Masjid (Friday Mosque), Delhi, India
Sher-e-Punjab Restaurant, Manali, India – before the dinner rush
Blurred monk photographer, Dharamsala, India – below Bagsu Falls
Group – main square, Dharamsala, India
Old town Varanasi, India – lone walker