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SupChina Photo Contest: Tianmen Mountain, by Hannah Wilson

Tianmen Mountain

Editor’s note: Hannah Wilson’s photo (click to enlarge) is a 2nd Prize winner in the SupChina Photo Contest. All 10 winning photos will be posted one per day, with the Grand Prize winner unveiled on Friday, September 21. Keep an eye on this space for all the winners, and check out yesterday’s photo, John Salvino’s “Thinking in Wangfujing.”


Anyone who has taken the cable car (or bus) up Tianmen mountain will remember this cliffside, snaking road. This was taken in June 2018 right before entering the intimidating fog that covers the peak. The ride is ominous and not for those with a fear of heights.

Hannah Wilson

Hannah is a photographer and educator splitting her time between China and the United States. She is the Global Programmes Manager for Lensational, a nonprofit that strives to emotionally and economically empower women through photography. She is passionate about making photography more accessible and inclusive for all. You can find her work on Instagram @hannahtyw and explore women’s stories from around the world @lensational.

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