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4000 metres + (quite) A few from Tibet
Posted By: fractal, 05-12-2009, 12:22 AM

I took these awhile back now on my first trip to China. Not taken with my K200D but my with previous camera which was a Fujifilm bridge cam. Me and my fiancee did have a trip vaguely planned to go back to Tibet but as her Australian visa was processed quite quickly unfortunately we do not have time for the trip so i thought i'd share these.

All taken in the TAR (Tibetan Autonomous Region). Yunnan & Sichuan provinces.

















































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05-12-2009, 01:50 AM   #2
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They are all brilliant. I really like the one with the lake and mountain.
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Cheers Dom.

I have not yet found a place on earth to equal the beauty of that lake. I don't think i will either.
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A few more if anyone is interested.
















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Nice series....though the lady with the huge grin on her face weighing little fido is eerie!
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Sharko: Thanks. I know a photo of dogs in China being weighed on scales does look quite bad but she was just playing around.. so it seemed.
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Very nice series, I enjoyed looking at them.
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Very nice series, I enjoyed looking at them.
Thanks Gary.

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Great series.

I could not help but think that the pic of the guy with the chain saw should have been immediately before the one of the butchered pig!

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Great to see. I like the pig image.
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Good job with the shots.

I particularly like the candid shot in #10 of the guy with long hair.

B&W does it or me and the expression in his eyes are spectacular.
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Excellent series. Nice job, and thanks for posting.
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great series, I especially like the B&W shots
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Thanks for the positive comments guys.

jubei951: He was the towns only English teacher.. a very grand, gentle character too. The kids really loved him. Not sure i can say the same about my English teachers.
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Hi Fractal,

I am LOL right after i saw the bike shot with the chain saw.
Now THATS the way to get the pedstrians attention instead of the horn. You know what i mean when youve been to China !!

Good shots as we've come to see from you, you have quite a talent for portraits and B/W.

Cheers Neil
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