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Yellow Mountain: 7 additional formats in one day

End 2014 I made a challenging trip to Yellow Mountain: bus, cable car, and a climb. The area is really spectacular, with the fog hanging between the peak-shaped mountains. I had taken my Nikon D800 and 16-35mm wide angle lens (quite a load). The pictures capture the atmosphere really nicely. They are selling quite well. Last week 7 additional formats were bought in one day.It was really worth it.  continue reading

Pudong Shanghai for 18 hours passing

I took plane from Hongkong Airport to Vancouver Canada and passed by Shanghai Pudong international Airport on Feb 25th 2016.but I had to staying in Pudong airport until next day at 1pm. so I decided to take some time to visit downtown Shanghai. I took the Cifu train from Cifu Pudong Airport Station to Longyang station.the train is 301km/hour speech and it takes about 9 minutes and costs 50 RMB then change another sky train to Nanjing East Road station.It is about 45 minutes.It costs 4 RMB... continue reading

Xi'an Bell Tower, China

Xi ′ an Bell Towerhas been kept in perfect condition,the longest existing one in Chinese history, and also the biggest and most complete one.Standing on the Xi'an Bell Tower, we can see the north, south, east and west city gates.The Bell Tower is the geographical center of Xian and the four main streets are respectively Dong Dajie, Xi Dajie, Nan Dajie and Bei Dajie which are also the main commercial streets.  continue reading

Merry Christmas!

>Christmas in business operations in China has become increasingly busy, especially more important than almost become a Chinese New Year festival at the mall. Although mostChinese people do not believe in Christianity. But the festival excitement level in shopping malls, bars far exceeds China's traditional festivals. Over time, perhaps more and more Chinese people have their own beliefs. The picture shows a saxophone Santa Claus dolls. Along with action and music. It is convulsed. I wish you a... continue reading

Trip to Nam Sang Wai (China. Hong Kong)

Crisscrossed by the Kam Tin River and Shan Pui River, Nam Sang Wai‘s rustic scenery attracts bird-watchers, cyclists and picnickers, as well as photographers and even film crews. You can explore the area along a network of paths. This landscape of (mostly abandoned) farms and glistening fish ponds surrounded by waving tall reeds and simple wooden huts will make you feel a world away from urban Hong Kong.  In Nam Sang Wai. there have a farm.You can see a African Spur Tortoise at there... continue reading

EXPO 2015 at Milan

  Immediately after entering EXPO space the Gigant figures made of food are waiting for visitors to be seen.  and Urugvay. Chinese had very interesting snake like skin in red color, while Italian was in pure white with interesting cuttings.   It was very exiting to see the Tree of life, both in day light as well as in night scene. At the end I was happy to see the building of famous San Raffaello, Research and Medical Centre, the European Excellence.  continue reading

Yellow Mountain - Huangshan

As CS professor at a Dutch university I travel every now and then to China. Besides visiting universities I like to go to special places to take pictures.Last year I went to Yellow Mountain (Huangshan). With the fog between the pointed mountains it looks like a fairy tale.Being back home again I started my photoblog to share my pictures and my photographic experience. My first blog was on Yellow Mountain.This month 10 pictures of Yellow Mountain were sold (in total, over the year, 14... continue reading

Hangzhou and West Lake Information

A few years ago I went to China and ended up in Hangzhou. To be honest I wasn't supposed to go there. I wanted to go all the way up North but the only train tickets available were for standing room and the ride was 50 hours long from Beijing so I told myself next time!If you ever get a chance to go, Hangzhou is beautiful. With its West Lake and tea plantations, there are many wonderful photo opportunities for every season. The easiest way to get there is from Shanghai on the high speed trains which... continue reading

Graffiti In Hong Kong China

Do You Believe that. There have a Graffiti in Industrial Zone?   Yes. That's it. In Hong Kong. There have a street call How Ming Street. At 71 How Ming Street , Kwun Tong, Hong Kong. And You can Find it in Google Map Street View. you can seethe view Location before there have Graffiti. due to the map view is old.That's good. when you want to trip & visit the Hong Kong Industrial Zone. maybe you can go to the to take a picture.  continue reading

Travel In China

HI all. I'am a new seller in Dreamstime. It's my honor to join dreamstime & Pass the photo to sell. I'am poor, so i just use my phone to take the photo for nowwhen i got some money. i want to buy new camera & take more better photo to us to enjoy.Last Week. I had a Travel In China Yunfu. I was take some photograph to us to enjoy. hope guys can enjoy & Support me. thank youPs. Welcome to give me more skill, if I take the photo not good.  continue reading

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