A Chinese saying has it that,
"After returning from Huangshan (Yellow Mountain), you do not want to see any more mountains. After returning from Jiuzhai (Jiuzhaigou), you do not want to see any more waters."
Huangshan (1864m) is located in Anhui province, China. The saying above is testimony of its unparalleled beauty. Most people go up Huangshan via the cable car. I walked up all the way to the top all in 8 hours! It was tough but absolutely satisfying.
Now before you jump to conclusion that the above shot is a sunrise or sunset shot, do note that I had stayed on the mountain top (in a hotel, of course) for a night.
|U Bein Bridge, Mandalay, Myanmar|
This shot was taken on top of a hill. It should be easy to tell if this is sunrise or sunset. The tell-tale sign is obvious.
|Xiapu, Fujian, China|
|Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei|
This is Brunei Darulsalam, Land of the Peaceful Abode.
|Fisherman Wharf, Danshui, Taipei|
|Lake Inle, Myanmar|
There are two things I would like to say about this August shot. First, guess the location. Second, I think the two dogs made a difference in this shot. Actually, the two dogs went into the water for a swim after I took the shot.
|West Lake, Hangzhou|
The legendary 'Broken Bridge' at West Lake, Hangzhou. The bridge is anything but broken. It got its name because when the snow on the bridge melts, it looks like it is broken. It is one of the 10 classical scenes of West Lake.
|Gardens By The Bay, Singapore|
|Mile, Yunnan, China|