This week’s photo challenge is Shine.
I like photographing against the light; in particular I like photographing trees and leaves against in coming light.
If the camera is set as Automatic, this usually poses a problem as the light sensor will sense there is strong light and the aperture will automatically reduce, giving a picture which is too dark.
I intend to upload a series of photos which has been shot against the light.
Here is a photo taken in a Chinese garden in Zhangjiajie, a companion photo to the earlier one. See the light that falls on the bamboo leaves; lovely?
I know Misty is not a season.
But there are times within a season when it is especially misty, due to the humidity and the temperatures.
We were wandering in the mountains of ZhangJiaJie, China when mist came upon us.
We were like in Avatar, with the mist surrounding and not knowing which direction to proceed.
It was all fun and a bit adventurous.
Hope to be in the midst of mist again in my next hike!
This week’ DP photo challenge is Creepy.
Here is a picture taken inside a limestone cavern with stalactites and stalagmites.
The series of stalactites hang from the roof, extending down to almost the water below.
The reflection created is equally interesting.
Given that the picture was taken some years ago, I can only remember it was a cave we passed by on our way to Zhangjiajie in China.
Just another post to illustrate the Rule of Thirds.
I am never tired of photographing the surreal scenery of the limestone columns at Zhangjiajie. Please enjoy 🙂
We enjoyed very much the fall foliage in South Korea last Autumn.
For most part of our trip, the weather was fine. However, the weather changed quickly when we were making our way up Daedunsan in a cable car. By the time we were up in the mountain, rain has started. We hiked for a distance up the mountain but the rain was so heavy that we have to retreat. This picture taken just before we retreated, shows the mountain and the foliage in the mist and the rain.
Several years back, we also made a trip up the mountains in Japan. It was late Autumn. When we made our way up the mountains of Tateyama- Kurobe, there were no signs of snowing.
Snow was falling when we reached almost the top. We didn’t have any thick clothes. Many of the pictures taken there appeared as black and white. However, this one taken of the rock slope do have some colors.
The last image was taken in Zhangjiajie, China.
The view of a stone column jutting up in the mist with trees on top was just spectacular!
Mist and snow always add a bit of mystery to mountains.
Climbing up the mountains of Zhangjiajie is a challenge.
When morning has broken, we were happy to have a blissful view through the gap between the canyons in Zhangjiajie, China.
We were at a lost as to how this slender tree can grow so near to the edge of the cliff and how on earth was the gap formed. Anyway, we had a peaceful feeling. . . . . . . . . .
This week’s challenge is “Fleeting”
We were hiking the eerie mountains of ZhangJiaJie in China. The mist was heavy and looked like it would stay forever.
For a fleeting moment, the mist dissipated and we have a good glimpse of the trees and the mountain behind.
However, such moments were brief. In a matter of minutes, again mist was all over us . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .