Huangshan (黄山) (literally, yellow mountain), a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is well known for its scenery and peculiarly-shaped granite peaks. Unfortunately, it is also common shrouded in mist and rain, which was the case when we visited during our recent tour to China. The almost-monochromatic feel of Chinese brush paintings (水墨画) finally made perfect sense to me when I saw the equally monochromatic shots that I came back with! 😛

Canon EOS 7D : f/16.0, 1/60 sec, 40 mm, ISO 400.
Category: Landscape and TravelMonday, 28 Jun 2010 07:03 am