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Light @ Yuan Yang #39

Camera: Sigma SD14
Lens: Sigma EX50-150
Medium: Digital
Aperture: F9
Shutter: 1/40s
ISO: 50
Filter:
Light: Natural Light
Location: Yuan Yang, China
Date: 27 December 2007
Time: 3:16pm
There are many spots like this in Yuan Yang, the largest ones are perhaps situated in Kwang Ping. Our guide, Mr. Ma Li Wen told us that when we come to Yuan Yang in April, the fields will turn into kaleidoscopes or color palettes, where one could see red, green, blue and yellow and so many other colors appearing on the surface of the fields.

As for this scene, it was a little premature. Anyway, the red areas were created by duckweeds while the blue ones were the reflection of the sky.

I have a rendezvous with Kwang Ping in April.

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