Autumn is definitely in the air.
This reminds me of my trip to South Korea a couple of years ago to see the colored foliage.
It was so picturesque!
This is no ordinary Buddha but a buddha housed in the Yunggang Grotto, DaTong.
You may ask why there are holes on the buddha’s body.
What I understand is that the buddha originally has a colored coating or plaster on his body, which was held up by pegs embedded in the body but has since fallen off.
Clouds are my favorite subject of photography.
Here is a picture taken at Geneva, overlooking the lake with some extraordinary clouds at a relatively low altitude.
I have turned it into a black and white to make it look more moody.
We don’t see things like this everyday.
Usually, they appear after rain but there is no guarantee that you will see these clouds after rain.
Photo taken by Chung Kwok Fan to whom credit is due.
This is the biggest sink hole I have ever seen – Obruk Han Gölü, doline (sinkhole) behind the old caravansary near Cappadocia.
It was so big that it filled the whole of the photo, despite zooming out to the fullest.
If you look carefully, near to the bottom of the edge of the hole stood a couple of people and there was a flock of white birds flying in the air against the water in the sink hole.
A magnificent view!