There are many photos I can chose from Cappadocia, Turkey as the place is photogenic.
The one I like best was taken towards the end of the day when the tourists have left the place.
With nobody around, it looks quite surreal and moody.
The path leads your eyes to the forest of stone columns and the clouds were adding to the mood.
It looks as somewhere out of the world!
I am not good at photographing subjects which are abstract in nature.
These two photos were taken in Beijing’s Area 798 – an artsy area.
They could well be my only photos which show things abstract in nature.
Please note I did not photographed the bubbles etc, I only took snap shots of two pieces of painting.
Summer is short in Inner Mongolia.
The green green grass has quickly disappeared and the land become parched and sandy once again.
It was getting dark; appearing in the horizon are some horses and a scooter – which reminded me that I was actually in Inner Mongolia.
A place which I can imagine to be bleak and very cold in the Winter.
Floating down the Nine Bend river on a bamboo raft was one of the scaring moments on this trip.
It was on a cold and raining day when we did this trip.
The rain was falling hard and beating against our body.
Mist has fallen on us.
The WuYi mountains were covered with mist that kept crawling down.
How did we feel – we were almost frightened!
I am at a lost to know which picture I should upload to best show Langkawi, Malaysia.
The beaches in Langkawi are superb – white fine sandy beaches, pristine blue waters – what else can you ask for ?
The sunset at Langkawi is also breathtaking.
I don’t know how to pick between these two photos.
They are dreamy pictures.
So, as a special circumstance, I am picking both of these pictures.
The trip to the Baltic countries is memorable.
Estonia seems to be somewhat different from Latvia and Lithuania.
However, I have totally mixed up the names of the places I visited in Latvia and Lithuania.
The only place I have very clear memory is the Trakai castle – a beautiful castle by the Lake Galve.
This is the most fairy tale like castle I have ever visited!
It is rather difficult to find one picture which represents the impressions of Angkor Wat, Cambodia.
The giant fig tree with their roots and the four faced stone statutes immediately come to mind.
However, I rather like this picture which highlight the underlying story behind . . . . . . . the green and lush forest taking over the temple leaving it “undiscovered” for centuries.