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  • Night Shanghai

    Shanghai is one of the four direct-controlled municipalities of China and the most populous city proper in the world.Located in the Yangtze River Delta, it sits on the south edge of the estuary of the Yangtze in the middle portion of the East China coast. The municipality borders the provinces of Jiangsu and Zhejiang to the north, south and west, and is bounded to the east by the East China Sea.

  • Impression on China

    Porter Yates, an American photographer has the interest in the varying levels of connection between himself, and the people he encounters is the primary theme in his work. He looks to reveal universal elements that express the human condition as well as capturing people’s relationships to their community and environment. He has traveled extensively to Asia and other countries, finding inspiration in the beauty and uniqueness of place and its culture. More information at porteryates.com

  • Seeking for a Light Along the Coastline

    In February 2011, Tao Sun began his journey from Dandong, Liaoning Province, driving along the coastline from north to south, from the Bohai Sea to the Yellow Sea, the East of China sea, and the South of China sea, passing by countless cities, villages, harbors and islands. In his journey, Tao Sun was fascinated by the lighthouse and looking for the meanings implies in it, such as orientation, hope, warm, loneliness, guardian, ancient poetry. As he was walking in the dark, Tao Sun saw the warm orange light in distance, which encouraged him to forge ahead without fear and hesitation. “None of the lighthouses looks the same; none of the sea is alike. The north is frigid and clear; the south is muggy and humid. As I traveled along the way, all that lingering on me are the touching of salty sea, the smell of fishy seaweeds, shells and fishes.” said photographer. “I learned how to listen. Listen to the rustle of wind, the roar of wave, the scraping of crabs... and the tidal changes resembling the emotions of ocean. It reminds me the sound inside the whelk shell which my mother brought to me when I was a child, from where I found all my imagination for the ocean.” To seek for a lighthouse means to go to the end of the world. Every time when Tao Sun was on the road, he expected encountering anything unexpected with a smile always on his face. Source: photoint.net

  • We Are Here

    People look out of the mouth of the tourist icon called the Merlion, in Sentosa, Singapore. Photo by Edgar Su / Reuters

  • Spectacular Scene of Frozen Waterfalls in Blue

    On a short, spontaneous photography trip in the Croatia’s largest National Parks surrounding the Plitvice Lakes, Tamas Toth and friends practically hiked the entire area struggling with the cold and half a meter of snow, capturing its beauty and gorgeousness. The total area of the National Park is 295 square kilometers; in addition to the surface area of the Lakes is two square kilometers, there are 16 lakes positioned in a north-south direction, stretching out in a garland shape, situated in the Kapela Mountains. Over millions of years, the Korana Creek has carved a deep valley into the Southern, limestone areas of the mountain, strongly characterised by karst processes, and the limestone created dykes, sills and other structures in the karst rivers and streams. What’s more, the karst occurrence also results the formation of the Plitvice Lakes and its extreme blue color.

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