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Line and Texture 1

Posted by
: Helen : (who is currently photographing in, Australia) on 12 November 2006 in Landscape & Rural and Portfolio.

I am always attracted by line and textures, either man-made or natural. These remarkable rice paddies in Yuang Yang, China took my breath away.

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Craig Persel from Montreal, Canada

Gorgeous.

12 Nov 2006 10:38am

badala from Leiria, Portugal

Fantastic.

12 Nov 2006 12:47pm

Shuva Brata Deb from Hyderabad, India

Wow! This can take he breath away of anybody.

12 Nov 2006 1:24pm

Damon Schreiber from Toronto, Canada

Wow, that's amazing!

12 Nov 2006 2:08pm

Duncan Galbraith from kyoto, Japan

Thats fantastic. without the houses it could almost be a macro shot of something. wonderful.

12 Nov 2006 2:27pm

seventhray from Wayland, United States

I was on the community page and this picture kept catching my eye. I just had to come and see it! It is a wonderful shot! You are so lucky to be able to get a photo like this.

12 Nov 2006 4:04pm

Mommith in Chief from Naperville, United States

Wow... Speechless. Magnificent!

12 Nov 2006 4:41pm

Martine from Québec, Canada

Very beautiful landscape!

12 Nov 2006 9:04pm

Geoff from Canada

This photo is so eye catching! Where were you to get this high angle?

13 Nov 2006 1:30am

@Geoff: Yes, I was on the mountain ridge looking down. The scale of these rice terraces is mind-boggling. I am posting another photo from a different ridge next. The next is a photo of a valley floor.

Daniel from United States

I would consider cropping the greenage in the lower right to create a more abstact image. Some curves work would improve. To ditto the comment above, THe pattern is eye catching! Cheers!

13 Nov 2006 1:57am

Jorge from Valencia, Spain

Fantastic,it seems like the level curves of a topographic map

22 Nov 2006 8:32pm