Yu Ningtai, Male, born in 1956, is chairman of Jiangsu Taixing Jinfu Chemical Co.,LtdI started my photography journey in 2007. Over the past decade, I visited Antarctica, the Arctic, Kenya, Tanzania, the United States, South Africa, New Zealand, India, Nepal, Myanmar, Japan, Israel, Madagascar, Morocco, and other countries. I also traveled through the magnificent part of China, the snowfields, deserts, Xinjiang, Tibet, Yellow River, etc. More than 300 of his works received awards or exhibited in international photo competitions, winning gold, silver, and bronze medals, while exhibiting in dozens of countries such as the United States, the United Kingdom, France, Italy, Austria, and the United Arab Emirates.He also joined the membership of multiple photo organizations:China Photographers AssociationRoyal Photographic SocietyPhotographic Society of AmericaGlobal Photographic UnionPhotographic Society of New YorkInternational Photography Association
Photos in this mini-series were taken in December 2021 in Yuli County, Xinjiang. The snowfall weather has covered the Taklamakan Desert of Xinjiang in white. The desert, poplar birch, and lakes appear now and then in a thin veil of mist. It is a touching fairy tale with a touch of shyness and purity, inviting the viewers to get lost in a winter wonderland. They are connected to the land and dance under the blue sky. Even if you stand on your tiptoes, you still can't reach it. One more look, it takes you to a dream.The poplar is dancing in the wind, accompanied by the silence of winter. The snow and light blue sky complement each other in the Taklamakan region, offering heart-aching beauty to visitors. Photography is to capture special moments of life to keep memories fresh. To practice photography is to focus and reflect on the outside world from the inner world. Once the photographer learns to be attentive, he creates works that impress the viewers.Photography is to explore things that people usually know and turn a blind eye to. The world of photography is boundless, and one can always find more to learn and experience no matter how much one has lived, which is the joy of photography for me.