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Women practising tai chi in front of a pavilion on West Lake, Hangzhou

Women practising tai chi in front of a pavilion on West Lake, Hangzhou


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Size: 5120 x 3401 (8.9MB)

Date: 7th January 2008

Source: WorldInPrint

Credit: Christian Kober/Robert Harding

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Country: China

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Women practising tai chi in front of a pavilion on West Lake, Hangzhou

Women practising tai chi in front of a pavilion on West Lake, Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province, China, Asia

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Arms Outstretched Gazebo Hangzhou Hold Holding Medium Group Of People Movement Pavilion Stretch Stretching West Lake Zhejiang Province Far East Full Body Practising Synchronized


EDITORS COMMENTS
This print captures the serene beauty of West Lake in Hangzhou, China. In the foreground, a group of women gracefully practice tai chi in front of a traditional pavilion, showcasing the rich cultural heritage and historical landmarks that define this region. With their arms outstretched and bodies in full motion, these female practitioners embody strength and tranquility as they engage in synchronized movements. The vibrant colors of their clothing add a touch of vibrancy to the scene, while also representing the diversity and richness of Asian culture. Against the backdrop of this picturesque landscape, it is evident why West Lake has become one of China's most renowned tourist attractions. As we gaze upon this image captured by Christian Kober/Robert Harding, we are transported to a far-eastern oasis where history intertwines with nature. The medium group of people practicing tai chi symbolizes not only physical exercise but also spiritual connection and mindfulness. This photograph serves as a visual testament to the power and grace found within ancient practices like tai chi. It reminds us that even amidst bustling travel destinations, there are moments when time seems to stand still - allowing us to fully appreciate both our surroundings and ourselves.

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