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Another spectacular shot from the Great Wall. I can see that this excursion was pure enjoyment for you.
I love that dramatic sky. Did you use any filters in capturing this?
Thanks my friend…I always enjoy when I’m out taking photographs, its my ‘Happy Time’ :)…No my friend, no filters.
Wow!! This is stunning! And I was just reading about the Great Wall lately.
Thank you, happy you like it 🙂
What a great series on the Great Wall. The black and whites are my favorites.
Thank you fotograffer, Mine too 🙂
This is beautiful. Somehow all I could think of was ‘this is forever’
Thank you Momina 🙂
BTW, I tried to leave you a comment on your About page and for one of your Poems but for some reason its not working, also I could not find a Follow button!
Very dramatic, awesome shot.
Thank you Rory.
How glorious! When I went, all I saw was mist which turned into rain. However, it was still an incredible experience. http://monahoward.com/2012/01/19/travels-in-china-great-wall/
Yes I know, most people are dissapointed because the mist / haze is often a problem when visiting the Great Wall, you need to go back many times of the year to get the images you want 🙂
The chiaroscuro interplay of light and dark textures captured here are extraordinary.
We are adding your weblog to the list of blogs we follow at Old China Books.
The cover image of the Great Wall on my Facebook page is a pen-and-ink drawing by G. H. Wyndham in 1861 that appears as the frontispiece of Peking and the Pekingese During the First Year of the British Embassy at Peking, by R. F. Rennie MD, John Murray, London, 1865 (digitized by Google Books in a pdf).
Thank you James, I’m so happy you enjoyed the visit and the images on my site and thank you for the mention on Old China Books.
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