There are many famous Cave Temple around in my living town, Ipoh in Malaysia. Here is one of the famous cave temple - KWAN YIN TONG, is a smaller temple alongside the main road heading south. There are rows of about 75 Kwan Yin (Goddess of Mercy) statues visible from the road. And more recently many more statues have been added and landscaping and gardening done, in an effort to attract more visitors. continue reading
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Water drops create ripples and carve images in the rock of a Limestone Cave.While other people are staring at the amazing stalactites and stalagmites in an underground Limestone Cave, I'm taking photographs of ripples created by dripping water in a tiny pool.The water creates abstract patterns for an artistic image. Water Carves Beautiful Patterns in Limestone. continue reading
This week we stay in China but move to the Guilin region to visit the Reed Flute Caves, Ludi Yan.The cave got its name from the verdant reeds growing outside it, with which people make flutes. Inside this water-eroded cave is a spectacular world of various stalactites, stone pillars and rock formations created by carbonate deposition. Illuminated by colored lighting, the fantastic spectacle is found in many variations along this 240-meter-long cave.The Reed Flute Cave is a natural cave carved... continue reading
Yes, We know,There are a lot of famous building around the world. But if you focus on here,you will see many differents.This building put its head on the top of mountain, and its foot stand on the land,Localperson call its Diaojiaolou, its names Hongya cave. continue reading
Ssoo...thank you, DT!It's made from a photo, taken by me during a cave tour (I'll create an article about it soon). I'm not a PS master, but I use some effects on it - mostly accidentally :) - and it seems the result can be accepted by Admins. If it will sell well, I'll upload some more, but let test it first...cheer for me :)Optional question: how do You create illustrations?PS: Yesterday I've made my 100th sale on DT...with an other cave photo! :DThank you, dear Buyers! continue reading
Natural Bridge is a photographers dream.Founds along a walking track in Springbrook National Park in the Gold Coast Hinterland ("The Green behind the Gold") in Queensland, Australia, these falls seem to continue to flow even during extreme drought.The best time to shoot the waterfall is early in the morning - that way it's possible to have them all to oneself, rather than jostling for tripod position with other tourists.The waterfall is not the only point of interest in the cave.Glow worms... continue reading
Hiking alone in mountains is a very special experience. Few years ago I visited the jasper national park in Alberta, Canada, and had a wonderful hiking memory in the mountain Edith Cavell.The most common hiking trail in that area is the lakeshore trail, which is only about 1.5km long. Sure the glacier lake is already a good vantage point for normal visitors, however more experienced hikers always challenge their skills (or seek better scenes) in more difficult trails.The cavell meadow trail... continue reading
Mountain Edith Cavell has its name from a British nurse. Edith Louisa Cavell was a nurse during World War I. She cared for the wounded soldiers of both sides, and she also helped over 200 allied soldiers escape. In 1915, She was arrested on charges of espionage and executed by a firing squad.Later, she became known as the "martyr nurse". To remember her courage, Canada decided to give her name to the grandest mountain in the Athabasca Valley of Jasper national park, Alberta, Canada. This is the... continue reading
Beijing National Geological Park is 50 kilometers away from Beijing, and the inside of karst caves secondary chemical deposition landscape. Local name for the hole to SHIHUA CAVE.Geopark is the current domestic karst caves found in the large-scale, multi-layer, the entire sedimentary types, the large number of secondary chemical sediments of the caves. Multi-hole sticks to the floor structure, from top to bottom seventh floor, a five-Road to 5000 m long, 6, seventh floors of underground water... continue reading
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