A decade after a massive earthquake rocked China's southwestern province of Sichuan, killing almost 70,000 people, the scars have begun to heal.
The 7.9 magnitude quake which hit on May 12, 2008 was most devastating around its epicentre in the town of Beichuan.
Many of the houses that collapsed remain buried under the earth and are covered by overgrown bushes and weeds.
In some of the houses still standing, now part of an open air memorial to the dead, wedding photos hang on the wall.
The local government is supporting villagers to develop leisure and tourism industries after the quake, and many quake survivors have turned their newly-built houses into inns.
Liu says she also makes some money from selling eggs to tourists.