Posts Tagged ‘China’
Photograph by James Bian, National Geographic Your Shot
The sun sets over the mountaintops in Xingping, China, in this photo by Your Shot member James Bian.
“Guilin and the Li River are famous for their beautiful landscape,” he writes. “Visiting this area [has been] my dream. Before the trip, I selected a couple of locations to photograph sunrise and sunset, and Laozhai mountain was one of them. On a clear afternoon, I hiked to the peak an hour before sunset on a trail built and maintained by a Japanese gentleman (which saves a lot of energy for photographers). The view was overwhelming, with the Li River making a 180-degree turn right under my feet. I spent most of my time focusing on a wide-angle view until I realized that leaving the river out and just zooming in on the peaks and sun was a much better composition.”
Bian’s picture recently appeared in the Your Shot Daily Dozen.
Photograph by Thierry Bornier, National Geographic Your Shot
Fog rises from the water on an early morning in China. The country has many “water towns” such as this one in Fenghuang County—scenic spots popular with tourists.
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A group of men play basketball on the court. Zhuhai, China.
People’s daily exercise seen from above, photographed by a remote-controlled airplane. Zhuhai, China.
2014, Sports Feature , 2nd prize stories , Kunrong Chen
Aquela velha máxima de que os chineses são capazes de tudo pode bem aplicar-se neste caso. Na cidade de Kunming, na província de Yunnan, na China, existe um edifício que tem a forma de um telemóvel gigante.
A julgar pelas atenções que tem recebido, o edifício já estará mesmo a tornar-se um símbolo da cidade, notícia o site chinês CRI.