This is beautiful. Very well done. Love the processing.

A View with Ming

  • Camera NIKON D60
  • Focal Length 200mm
  • Shutter Speed 1/250 sec
  • Aperture f/8
  • ISO/Film 100

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A View with Ming

Taken at Stony Brook Beach, Long Island, New York. It’s a four-layer blend of four shots with different exposure.

  • Camera NIKON D60
  • Focal Length 18mm
  • Aperture f/22
  • ISO/Film 200

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So beautiful

A View with Ming

  • Camera NIKON D60
  • Focal Length 18mm
  • Shutter Speed 1/8 sec
  • Aperture f/22
  • ISO/Film 200

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Byron Lake Park, located in Oakdale, Long Island, New York, is a small community park 5 minutes away from my work. The Town of Islip also uses its grounds for summer day camps, in which my son is enrolled. Every time it rains, the wooded areas are flooded with pond-like puddles.

Camera NIKON D60
Focal Length 18mm
Shutter Speed 1/10 sec
Aperture f/22
ISO/Film 200

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Such a beautiful shot!

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Huanglongxi (Chinese: 黄龙溪镇) is a small historic Chinese town located about 50 km from Chengdu in the Sichuan province of southwest China. It is named after the Huanglong River (Yellow Dragon River) which flows through it.

The town is over 1700 years old, and has been restored to retain its rustic charm, with ancient cobbled streets, temples, and wharves and houses along its curving alleys.

The majority of the buildings in Huanglongxi date back to early Qing Dynasty (1644-1912AD).

The town is a popular filming location of exterior scenes for period movies.

This photo was taken in July 2011, during my trip in China.

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Beautiful..

A View with Ming

This is the last photo of the Xitang series. For information regarding Xitang, please go to  my other posts: Xitang – The Water Village, Bridge of Xitang, and Xitang Waterway.

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