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Red Beach – Panjin, China

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Falamos-lhe da Red Beach, na província de Panjin, uma praia em que o vermelho é a cor que reina. Na verdade esta não possui areia, mas algas. E é graças a elas, que a praia se torna única.

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Segundo o site, ‘Nômades Digitais, as algas começam verdes, como as que estamos acostumados a ver, e “crescem durante os meses de abril e maio, mantendo a cor até ao verão. Mas quando o outono chega, a magia acontece, e estas algas ganham um tom que começa no laranja, passa para o rosa e acaba no vermelho”.

Para proteger a Red Beach, as autoridades impedem visitas ao local a partir das 17h e nem toda a área está disponível para visita.

Sand is probably the first thing that comes to mind when thinking about beach. However, this is not the case with the Panjin Red Beach in China, which is, actually, red, and not covered in sand at all. Such phenomena is caused by a type of sea weed Sueda. It starts growing during April and May, then stays green during the summer, but starts turning vividly red in autumn.

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9 de Setembro de 2014 at 16:00

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Sunset at Xingping

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.

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4 de Junho de 2014 at 10:11

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Water Town

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.

This photo was submitted to Your Shot. Check out the new and improved website, where you can share photos, take part in assignments, lend your voice to stories, and connect with fellow photographers from around the globe.

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People’s daily exercise seen from above, photographed by a remote-controlled airplane. Zhuhai, China.

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18 June 2013

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.

 

People flock to the sea to swim because of the hot weather. Zhuhai, China. People’s daily exercise seen from above, photographed by a remote-controlled airplane. Zhuhai, China.

People square dancing at night. Zhuhai, China. People’s daily exercise seen from above, photographed by a remote-controlled airplane. Zhuhai, China.

People play volleyball on the wet beach after the spring rain. Zhuhai, China. People’s daily exercise seen from above, photographed by a remote-controlled airplane. Zhuhai, China.

People play football on a field. Zhuhai, China. People’s daily exercise seen from above, photographed by a remote-controlled airplane. Zhuhai, China.

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.

 

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Climb the Second Highest Tower in the World

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14 de Fevereiro de 2014 at 20:16

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A região de Luoping, na China, durante a primavera transforma-se neste cenário impressionante que atrai todos os anos fotógrafos de todo o mundo.

A semente responsável pelo cenário é a flor de canola, plantada em toda a China, mas que floresce em diferentes épocas do ano, dependendo das temperaturas em cada lugar.

 

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29 de Janeiro de 2014 at 16:52

Giant ice rock hits car in China

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27 de Novembro de 2013 at 13:53

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