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Photo for April 2012: Hidden ArtThe rice terraces of YuanYang was one of the highlights of the trip to China in February. It was however a slight letdown the first few days as boring cloudless skies became a common sight.Things took a turn for the better when thick fog came in one afternoon. It was moving fast and required the same speed on our part. Staying alert was key and I missed a few moments as I adjusted the tripod legs. It took some time to get the hang of shooting landscapes quickly and this was one of my favourite images from the day. The almost desaturated look of the buildings with the fog came together to make what seemed to me has a striking resemblance to a chinese painting.Canon EOS 5D Mark II w/ Canon 70-300 L, processed in Aperture and Photoshop.
Hidden Art, China

Photo for April 2012: Hidden Art 

The rice terraces of YuanYang was one of the highlights of the trip to China in February. It was however a slight letdown the first few days as boring cloudless skies became a common sight. 

Things took a turn for the better when thick fog came in one afternoon. It was moving fast and required the same speed on our part. Staying alert was key and I missed a few moments as I adjusted the tripod legs. It took some time to get the hang of shooting landscapes quickly and this was one of my favourite images from the day. The almost desaturated look of the buildings with the fog came together to make what seemed to me has a striking resemblance to a chinese painting. 

Canon EOS 5D Mark II w/ Canon 70-300 L, processed in Aperture and Photoshop.