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albi

born in germany

living in paris

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take pictures since 35 years

with nikon

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1 novembre 2013 5 01 /11 /novembre /2013 10:03

hello!

some street pictures from china from oct 2013 in Guangzhou or Xi'an...

 

all pictures with d3x and 28-300....please note that all pictures doesn't have that light because of smog everywhere in china, during the day it is difficult to see the sun, so you don't have shadows and pictures are looking "flat"....

chinese men's by albi

 

on the way to school

 

fishmarket guangzhou

fishmarket guangzhou

 

fishmarket guangzhoulove this moment:  say  w h a t  ??

 

the right momentd3x + vr 28-300mm; ici: 210mm - f/10 - 1/40s iso 500 - handhold

my favorite placemy favorite place in china: the island of Shamian in Guangzhou, tai chi in the morning as usual.....

 

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1/60 f/7.1 ...800 iso

 

xi'an downtown

 

xi'an antique market

 

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in a fast food restaurantchinese can sleep everywhere, at any time, any place,.....

 

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xi'an old wall

 

chinese history at xi'an

 

at xi'an

thank you for your visit !

all pictures with d3x and 28-300....please note that all pictures doesn't have that light because of smog everywhere in china, during the day it is difficult to see the sun, so you don't have shadows and pictures are looking "flat"....

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André Callewaert 02/11/2013 07:06


Salut Albi,


 


Belles scènes de vie. Beaux cadrages.


Tu dis qu'il y avait un smog permanent. Pourquoi ? la pollution ?


 

pictures-by-albi.com 02/11/2013 15:53



Salut André,


le smog est permanent, rare sont les moments de soleil, on sait qu'il fait beau mais impossible a trouver le soleil, en plus dans le nord on chauffe au charbon, à xi'an la visibilité était de
600-800m...et des voitures partout, partout...


je pense que c'est le problem N°1 et le gouvernement chinoise est dos au mur...


à bientôt


Albi