There can be absolutely no doubt that Yuan Yang is a very special place indeed. Thousands upon thousands of terraces climb up tall mountains from deep valleys, spread out over a number of sites, many kilometres apart. I have been there twice, and might go a third time, now that I have lots of information on getting around there, and when to be where. I will be posting more photos of this wonderful place, and information on getting around, in due course.
This is a scene of Cha Shan (Tea Mountains) at sunset. I got this one just as the Sun was going down behind the mountains straight ahead.
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klennon79 (0) 2006-01-13 9:13
Great perspective. Nice curves, color, and detail as well. Lovely photograph.
ngythanh (8582) 2006-01-14 22:05
I enjoyed this photo so much.
Not only the value of Fujichrome Velvia, but the time, the angle, the composition and the percentage of dark pannel made the picture. For some reason, I tried to cover the sun and felt your capture was perfect to my taste...
Thank you for coming to Yuanyang and sharing with us another face of the destination's beauty.
- Copyright: Andre Holdrinet (Andre-H) (1271)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2005-05-00
- Categories: Decisive Moment
- Camera: Canon EOS 50 E, 75-300mm, Fuji Velvia 50
- Details: Tripod: Yes
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Theme(s): Yuanyang — a best-kept secret /1/ [view contributor(s)]
- Date Submitted: 2006-01-13 9:01