Misty Morning in Suzhou


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Thought this was quite a good shot but still a newbies, comments are welcome.

 

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looks slanted :D

but the reflection is nice :)
 

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Originally posted by Klause
It really looks slanted
Ok, did a little bit of rotation and cropping.


Is it better now? :)
 

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Yeah definitely. Good picture, I like the dreamy effect.;p
 

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I'm the romantic sort of guy, hence this is what I see in this picture .......

I see the "chinese juliet" walking upon the bridge, with her hair braided, lips redden, wearing a flower on her ear and there is a slight wiff of rose in the air.

she sweeps both her braids to her right sholder and playfully tugs at them... while scanning the river/canel.

..... hehehhee
 

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Originally posted by AnotherAngle
Thought this was quite a good shot but still a newbies, comments are welcome.

Nice photo of suzhou, xiao qiao liu shui (small bridge running water), typical scene of water village in Suzhou, remind me of my 2 mth stay in Suzhou 4 years back. How I miss that place :)

AnotherAngle, where in Suzhou is this shot taken? You work in Suzhou?
 

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Originally posted by mlwang


Nice photo of suzhou, xiao qiao liu shui (small bridge running water), typical scene of water village in Suzhou, remind me of my 2 mth stay in Suzhou 4 years back. How I miss that place :)

AnotherAngle, where in Suzhou is this shot taken? You work in Suzhou?
Thanx :). No, I did not work there. I was there with the Union visit. Stayed in Suzhou Hotel at Shi Quan Street. Woke up early in the morning, nothing to do, so took a stroll down that street. In fact, in my earlier post, I post a picture of sunrise along that street.

 

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Originally posted by AnotherAngle


Thanx :). No, I did not work there. I was there with the Union visit. Stayed in Suzhou Hotel at Shi Quan Street. Woke up early in the morning, nothing to do, so took a stroll down that street. In fact, in my earlier post, I post a picture of sunrise along that street.

Wow, I missed this earlier. Great light. :)

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Originally posted by AnotherAngle


Thanx :). No, I did not work there. I was there with the Union visit. Stayed in Suzhou Hotel at Shi Quan Street. Woke up early in the morning, nothing to do, so took a stroll down that street. In fact, in my earlier post, I post a picture of sunrise along that street.

Nice photo saw this in your earlier thread, have u been to a place called zhou zhuan, where there are lots of such water and bridge sceneries?
 

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Wow, I missed this earlier. Great light. :)

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Thx :). Nobody replied in that post, I thought the shot was a washout. Anyway, the picture looks reddish because I used the "sunset" bestshop library in my casio dc.
 

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Nice photo saw this in your earlier thread, have u been to a place called zhou zhuan, where there are lots of such water and bridge sceneries?
Yes, I extended my stay and went on my own to 3 water village (shui xiang): Zhou Zhuang, Tongli and Wu Zhen. I think Zhou Zhuang is the best, the most scenic. Here is one typical shot, nothing fantastic though :)

 

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Originally posted by AnotherAngle


Thx :). Nobody replied in that post, I thought the shot was a washout. Anyway, the picture looks reddish because I used the "sunset" bestshop library in my casio dc.
Heheheh. It happens, some of my posts never got any response too. Either too good or too lousy. :p

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Originally posted by AnotherAngle


Yes, I extended my stay and went on my own to 3 water village (shui xiang): Zhou Zhuang, Tongli and Wu Zhen. I think Zhou Zhuang is the best, the most scenic. Here is one typical shot, nothing fantastic though :)
hmm great that u visit these water villages, I been to Zhou Zhuang only, though i stayed in Suzhou for 2 mths, but dun quite like it, cos it is very very crowded and commercialize. It was there I saw the local famous product, Wan Shan Ti (Super Big Pig Trotter)

My friend told me Tong li is good. Glad that u been to such nice places. Thanks for sharing.
 

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Originally posted by mlwang


hmm great that u visit these water villages, I been to Zhou Zhuang only, though i stayed in Suzhou for 2 mths, but dun quite like it, cos it is very very crowded and commercialize. It was there I saw the local famous product, Wan Shan Ti (Super Big Pig Trotter)

My friend told me Tong li is good. Glad that u been to such nice places. Thanks for sharing.
For me, Tongli was a disppointment becoz when I was there, there are some roadworks and contructions going on. Nevertheless, here are two shots that typified all the water village (shui xiang) in Suzhou. Hope u like it :)



 

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thanks for the photo, they are great, seems like Tong Li is less crowded than Zhou Zhuang :)
 

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The silhouette of the bare trees against the sky adds a diffferent touch to the sunrise piccy.

:thumbsup:
 

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im at shanghai now planning to go suzhou, is there a 1 day tour package?
 

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