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Sunday Snapshot: Fenghuang

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Sunday Snapshot: Fenghuang

Today’s Sunday Snapshot comes from Agness of eTramping. Agness is a Polish vagabond who, after graduation, left her comfort zone and set off for a journey of her lifetime to China in 2011. She has been constantly travelling the world since then (slowly, but surely as she says), living like a local for less than $25 a day. She became a passionate photographer and adventure blogger sharing her life enthusiasm and travel experience with everyone around. You can follow her adventures on their blog, eTramping or find her on Twitter and Facebook.

fenghuang, china

“There is one town in China where you feel like the time has frozen for centuries. You are surrounded by ancient scenery and architecture feeling like one of the locals. It’s a calm, harmonious and peaceful Chinese wonderland with a picturesque river and lovely wooden boats. This place is called Fenghuang, translated as the “Phoenix”, and it symbolizes good omen and longevity in Chinese mythology. The scenery of Fenghuang will simply take your breath away so do not miss it when visiting China.”

Have you been to Fenghuang?

Would you like to submit a photo to Sunday Snapshot? I’m looking for new submissions! Email me at jessica@waysofwanderers.com if you’d like to see your photo featured. 

2 Comments

    • waysofwanderers May 14, 2013

      Thanks for contributing, Agness! This photo definitely made me want to visit Fenghuang.

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