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Old Apr 8, 2010, 11:02 AM   #1
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An invitation to some Huang Long landscapes, one of the most amazing places i visited in my life, worth to visit in autumm specially, which i couldn't.
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Old Apr 8, 2010, 1:13 PM   #2
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Ordo, these are some amazing pics..I love the "terrace" shots. Would love to visit that place!
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Old Apr 8, 2010, 1:23 PM   #3
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Ordo, these are lovely shots of a very beautiful place. They are all crisp and composed well. They really make me long to visit this place as it looks just magical.

excellent series! if i had to pick favorites it would be #2, 3, 8, 12
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Old Apr 11, 2010, 1:23 AM   #4
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gotta agree totally awsome pictures absoloutly stunning
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#4, 5 and 12 are absolutely first class and appealing to my eyes, Ordo!
Very good series - too many shoths though to comment each one separatly.


Too much beauty in one place!!
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Ordo,

These are great shots, and fantastic series.
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Old Apr 11, 2010, 4:20 AM   #7
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An invitation to some Huang Long landscapes, one of the most amazing places i visited in my life, worth to visit in autumm specially, which i couldn't.
Most of the picks went EV correction, gentle sharpening and AutoHDR Martin's program.


Huang Long Official Web Site

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Ordo,

Many times I've thought of subscribing to the National Geographic Magazine. This is the kind of pictures I'd expect and like to see

Btw, a practical thing. How do you do to post that many pictures in the same post, with space and and text between them

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Old Apr 11, 2010, 8:31 AM   #8
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Thanks all for the kind comments. The place is stunning. Wherever you point the camera you'll find an amazing landscape. Sorry for the uber post. I didn't want to open and open the same thread posting 1 or 2 picks at the time. I missed a good pick of the cable car, which is something in itself. Check the Huang Long web site. It's nicely done.
Torgny: you can post 12 picks maximum on one post, using a hosting site like Image Shack (like in this case) or TinyPic. I don't use attachments. When you copy each of the img tags you can write in between picks. Have a nice day!
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A very nice series. The clarity and the color of the water reminds me of some springs found in southern Missouri...
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Ordo "con musto gusto" I agree with Torgny! You did a really outstanding job. Lovely colours! Beautiful photos! Ned

P.S. I got a new camera phone N97, it does global positioning, etc. I hope to order the Pentax on or before the 23rd of this month!
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