my first pix from yuanyang
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sebautourdumond (3108) 2005-12-12 8:27
Very nice effect with this colours and reflect.
shirgold (2485) 2005-12-12 8:40
Very nice capture.
Abstract and beautiful
Well seen and captured.
TFS - Shir
Svillegas (1169) 2005-12-12 8:46
Nice shot, reppetitive patterns usually work really well on photos.
amstel (2388) 2005-12-12 9:11
Very interesting and intriguing picture! Curious composition and colours. But its mystery makes it more attractive!
DarkoG (8) 2005-12-12 10:21
Interesrting, different and very atractive. I've seen a lot of photos of these terrace but this one is really different.
Good composition, almost monochrome colours make this shot very impressive.
fkk (2037) 2005-12-12 11:18
interesting photo, very nice effect with, nice coloros
eleparc (24063) 2005-12-12 13:20
beautiful graphic shot Yuval! those step fileds are impressive!
tontonjc (6623) 2005-12-12 15:09
De superbes terrasses et un dégradé de couleurs superbe.
Ce cadrage est bien choisi.
Albrecht (11281) 2005-12-13 2:35
Great compo and indeed a very graphic shot. Nice two coloured picture.
rake care, Albrecht
ngythanh (8456) 2005-12-19 18:43
Yuval, do you remember what you wrote to me a day before this picture?
Yuanyang is beautiful as you described it in your photos — Thanks for sending me all the way up here.
The weather is not as nice as in your photos: it's foggy all morning and cloudy the rest of the day so it is hard to get good photos apart from close-ups as you can see in my last post in this site.
Yesterday I just bumped into the only English-speaking man in town and followed him to the classroom where he is an English teacher and it was great: all the girls asked to hug me in class and they sang song for me and it's so touched to appreciate their natural human love before they are going to be spoiled by tourists....
Today I went to the "Tiger Mouth" and have been invited to spend the afternoon in a Yi minority family.
We can distinguish the women from different ethnic minority this way: the Hani women wear a primarily dark blue and black top with black slacks (often with blue bands below the knee), and one single rectangular piece of cloth that extends like a skirt down past their back to their knees. The Yi women wear a more colorful and ornate top, usually with white, pink and light blue as well as some silver decoration sewn in. They also wear black slacks, but have two diamond-shaped flaps in the back.
I don’t have the teacher's e-mail with me right now but I'll send it to you later for more details.
I don’t have access to check English spelling while on the move so I thank for your help in fixing my “broken” emails so they can be understandable.
I have more time to be here but for post-processing I'll need a better computer with something more updated than win98...
If the weather allows me to take good pix I'll post them without p.p.
So you'll see my Yuanyang pix by or before the end of the year ;o)
Congratulations and thank you!
quelquepart (810) 2005-12-24 13:15
very pure picture.
bartove (2866) 2006-01-04 16:53
Excellent, powerful. Nice work the composition.
- Copyright: yuval naaman (kogawa) (4387)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2005-11-25
- Categories: Food
- Camera: Canon EOS 300D, 75-300mm f/4-5.6 IS USM
- Exposure: f/6.3, 1/500 seconds
- Details: Tripod: Yes
- More Photo Info: view
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Theme(s): Yuanyang — a best-kept secret /1/ [view contributor(s)]
- Date Submitted: 2005-12-12 8:19
- Favorites: 1 [view]