Fansipan - Vietnam 
|Copyright: Vien Lam (Lamvien) (37)|
|Date Taken: 2005-11|
|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2005-12-29 5:22|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|Hoang Lien Son mountain range chained by layer over layer with masses of highest and bulkiest mountains in Vietnam with the length of 180 km and the width of 30 km; its highest peak is Phansipan (3143m) which named the rooftop of Indochina; is divided into two parts which having different ecological conditions: Northwest with Son La - Moc Chau tableland; and Northeast with mountains range as a convex bow-shaped toward the East and Southeast converge to Tam Dao mountain.|
Fantastic shot here. I really do like the colour in the photo from what I assume is the sunset. Good work.
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A well done landscape capture! Excellent colours and details, nicely composed... Well done!
Very nice photo, I love the fog laying low around the mountains. You have good contrast, focus and color saturation. Did you climb to this spot to take the photo or go by car or bus?