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Old Oct 28, 2008, 6:17 AM   #1
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Jiu Zhai Gou in Chinese means Valley of Nine Villages. It is a nature reserve in the northern part of Sichuan province of China. It is renowned for its waterfalls, lakes and forests which become exceptionally colorful inautumn.

Here are a few shots I tookduring my recentvisitthere. For more shots, please click the following: http://www.flickr.com/photos/wk7leun...7608379059505/

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Old Oct 28, 2008, 8:16 AM   #2
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Great colors and great reflections. Your composition puts it all together. Thanks for sharing.
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Thanks for viewing and giving comments. Peter
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What a beautiful place, and the photos are great. Thanks for sharing them.
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I always "judge" landscape photos using one main criterion. Does it make me want to visit that place? You have captured the essence of each scene beautifully. Feel free to post as many as you like

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Peter,

Exceptional pictures by an exceptional photographer. Some of them are almost blindening

Sezuan - Brecht territory

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Thanks for viewing and giving comments. Peter
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Torgny wrote:
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I looked this up but still do not know what this means. Peter
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I've justenoyed a slide showfollowing thelink you providedto seemore ofthe dazzling images therein the 'sightseeing' set. Great job!


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I've justenoyed a slide showfollowing thelink you providedto seemore ofthe dazzling images therein the 'sightseeing' set. Great job!

The images in the folder are a bit too small for the full-frame slide show mode. Images are better viewed individually.

Many thanks for viewing and giving comments. Peter
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