May 2010 The Great Wall to the left. Many places it takes a long time to get around there valleys made because of erosion. I found incredible details in this old house. The interior from a shop I visited. Erosion often takes place at the base of the Great Wall leading to large chunks falling off. Locals had placed stones at the base of this watchtower to prevent it from falling down. The pigs start roaming the streets in the Spring. They seem as happy as us that the winter is finally over. A man paying his brother's grave a visit. Resting place by the Great Wall. It only takes two or three days hard walking for the socks to get holes like this. Letting my feet feel the sun and air. Young boys eagerly playing a card game. The river wasn't deep, but the current was quite strong. The Great Wall goes along the ridge in the middle. I walked down to the valley on the left to get over the river. On the ridge to the right, you can see a small section of Great Wall. I counted five sheep on the back on his motorcycle. This is a common way to transport animals over short distances. This man made a living from selling piglets. Taken at night with a one minute exposure time.