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"QUANTUM SHOT" #64


Something for your Sunday morning...

I have to admit, I did not expect China to be so visually stunning... Many imagine harsh mountains, endless plains and a glut of industry (and there's plenty of that), but in actual truth China can be a photographer's paradise, all the same.
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Nature Photography, Digital Photography, China
Nature Photography, Digital Photography, China
Nature Photography, Digital Photography, China
Nature Photography, Digital Photography, China
Nature Photography, Digital Photography, China
Nature Photography, Digital Photography, China
Nature Photography, Digital Photography, China
Nature Photography, Digital Photography, China
Nature Photography, Digital Photography, China
Nature Photography, Digital Photography, China
Nature Photography, Digital Photography, China
Nature Photography, Digital Photography, China
Nature Photography, Digital Photography, China
Nature Photography, Digital Photography, China
Nature Photography, Digital Photography, China
Nature Photography, Digital Photography, China

(image sources Pic.Yesky, 360.Bolaa, Xinhuanet, Chinese image-aggregator sites)

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11 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Beatiful! Reminds me of traditional chinese paintings.

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Blogger datacrush said...

If you're willing to take the least traveled road, you'll find sceneries worth photographing.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

..."I did not expect China to be so visually stunning..."

i bet every country has something stunningly beautiful to offer.

nice photos though. thanks.

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Anonymous Nemmy said...

Hey, I was wondering if you had any background-sized files of these images? They'd make for great wallpaper.

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Blogger Avi Abrams said...

I wish... I stumbled upon them on the Chinese image-aggregation sites, which seem to publish only that size... I'll update if more information about the original photographers surfaces.

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Blogger Roman said...

Very beautiful pictures. Thank you

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

"I did not expect China to be so visually stunning"

My friend, the world is full of beautiful places. Just because you have your assumptions about other countries and people doesn't mean other places are any less beautiful or that other people are any worse than what you're familiar with.

Next time you see the news on TV, you should seriously think about how beautiful Iran might be, or what the cultural heritage of Iraq used to be. And don't even get me started about Russia :)

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Anonymous DragonLord said...

Classic China landscape! Glad to know you like it!!

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Blogger VonniBunny said...

These pictures are probably taken at the historical Three Gorges river, which China has stupidly decided to dam up and ruin the scenery. I believe the dam is currently in progress and the river is expected to dip several inches per year. Visit while you can, you can hike and actually see these views - supposedly. Haven't done it yet.

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Anonymous richard said...

Very beautiful photographs. The natural beauty of China is largely unknown to the world. I certainly never expected this from China. Thanks for sharing them.

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Anonymous K said...

Of course the land shown in the pictures is beautiful; it is so hard to traverse that the Chinese will dump their trash in a more convinient location, like right outside their homes.

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