Photo © RAQUEL RIVAS
Lí Jiāng I
Farmers working in the fields, grazing water buffalo and bamboo rats. Traditional small villages nestled at the bases of the hills are dwarfed by the South China Karst landscape.
The hike along the Li River gives you a perspective that not many tourists get to see, as the common option are river cruises. Much of Guangxi province still remains a natural landscape, at the same time the destination is becoming more popular, therefore more spoiled over time.
RAQUEL RIVAS UNITED KINGDOM
My first contact with photography was during classes "MACRO & MICRO
PHOTOGRAPHY" at the Anatomical, Pathology and Cytology Lab in Cordoba (Spain). Ever since photography has served me a vital purpose, as a tool for self-expression and understanding the true essence of things.
In 2014 I was lucky to have the chance to travel for a long period of time alone with my camera, falling in love with the people and landscapes of other worlds and trying to capture their essence in a frame.
During these years settled in London I have been mastering Architectural and Cityscape Long exposure and Black&White fine art photography.
Away from photography, I am an explorer at heart who loves to travel, learn and submerge in different cultures. So far my curiosity about the world has taken me to India, Nepal, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia and China.
In the last year, Zero-Waste and Veganism have become important aspects in my life and where I would like to focus future photographic projects.
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