I have walked into She Village many times. She Village is located in the northeast corner of Jiangning District, Nanjing City, surrounded by mountains, like a basin. What impresses me the most is that this place is independent of the surrounding environment and is self-contained.
That day, I wandered alone in the streets, pavilions and pavilions of She Village, recording everything in front of me with a camera.
Most of the buildings here continue the architectural style of the Ming and Qing Dynasties, with white walls and black tiles, especially the horse head wall has almost become the scenery line here. The Horse Head Wall originated from Hui-style architecture and can be traced back to the Hongzhi period of the Ming Dynasty. Now, when talking about Hui-style architecture, the first thing that comes to mind is the Horse Head Wall.
The tourists who came with me, who seemed more interested in water parks, all dispersed. Only I seem to be interested in this ancient building. In fact, it is not entirely correct. It may be more because ancient architecture can give photography more meaning.
Just like this grass pavilion in front of me, it is the most characteristic one I have ever seen, quite Japanese style. The grass pavilion stands behind a clump of weeds, looking into the distance, it is an endless blue sky. However, the sight was quickly drawn to the grass pavilion again. Outside the long pavilion, along the ancient road, the grass is endless. Such verses can better reflect the life of the ancients full of melancholy parting. Dreaming of returning to the Tang Dynasty, Li Bai rode his horse on the ancient road, bid farewell to his friends, and looked back at the grass pavilion in the wind, and couldn’t help feeling filled with emotion.
When I was about to leave She Village, the sky darkened before I knew it.