|Copyright: Wil HBH (Wil) (16)|
|Date Taken: 2006-10-26|
|Exposure: f/13.0, 1/4 seconds|
|Details: Tripod: Yes|
|More Photo Info: [view]|
|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2006-11-15 4:18|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|Jiuzhaigou is a "national park" in China and a World Natural Heritage site. It is situated in Sichuan province and is 2,500m to 3,500m above see level. This park is famous for its unchinese looking scenery and its many very colorful "seas" that are rich with minerals. These "seas" are actually lakes. The waterfall in the photo is located on the Lying Dragon Sea.|
This is my first post. I live in Hong Kong and travel to China whenever I can to visit many of the gorgeous scenic places.
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Hi wil ,
A lovely capture with slow shutter speed , welcome to TN , its a great 1st positing , The composition is really worth speaking of.Lets have some note on the same so we could know more about this place.
Thanks for sharing this beauty.
A very nice composition!
The image is pleasing to my eyes, the light is superb and the scenery is nicely framed...
Good colours and fine details!
This is a fine first post, keep them coming and have fun in TrekNature!
Welcome on board...
welcome to treknature,
this is a lovely shot to begin with,
well composed, good pov,
the water looks very beautiful with the effect created,
colours look very natural,
Great job using the shutter speed to achieve this very striking shot. Very nice POV and detail, thanks for posting Wil.
- [2006-11-22 7:44]
Bienvenido a TN Wil... bonito efecto el que capturaste aquí gracias al 1/4 de segundo de exposición.
Agradable punto de vista con buen control de la luz, incluso en la áreas soleadas.
Suaves tonos y un adecuado encuadre completan una bella composición.
Saludos desde Buenos Aires... Ricardo
Welcome to TN Wil... beautiful effect that you captured here due to 1/4 in second of expoaure.
Pleasant point of view with good control of the light, even in the sunny areas.
Soft tones and an appropriate framing complete a nice composition.
Greetings from Buenos Aires... Ricardo