In this image, ship cut in a half is taken apart by workers, mostly by hand, one piece at a time. See It, Share It. The camera was mounted on a tripod, exposures made with a cable release for 5 seconds at f The tranquil and harmonious life of the local people reminds me of the joyful time I grew up in a similar small town in the Southwest China. It is the month of Ramadan, a fast which culminates in a three-day celebration. A Tibetan boy holding the hand of his father who works on the road construction.
Except for a some minor level adjustments and a square crop this was what came out of the camera.
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I wanted something different and tried a night shot. The camera was mounted on a tripod, exposures made with a cable release for 5 seconds at f But despite the Chinese government attempts to settle Chinese population across the Tibetan Plateau, the Roof of the World still remains a place where only the Tibetans can survive its harsh climate conditions. Known for unsafe work practices and environmental pollution due to the demolition and ship breaking processes, Chittagong presents one of the biggest industry and job opportunities for many Bangladeshis. Refreshing smell after rain was mixed with the aroma from nearby food stands.