Monday, July 4, 2011

Scavenger Hunt Sunday

Here are a few scenes Mommy captured on our recent trip to China...

1. Pop of Color
Sunset over Jade Dragon Mountain in Lijiang
云南省丽江玉龙雪山

2. Crossing Thresholds
The passage of time was evident at every nook and cranny of West Lake in Hangzhou
浙江省杭州西湖


3. X-Ray
Any guesses what this is? ;-P

4. Toy
There wasn't any toy on the plane for me to play with, so I improvised...

5. Farm
A glimpse of rural China, as we zipped by at over 300km/h on the Hangzhou-Shanghai high speed train
沪杭高铁

14 comments:

Ashley Sisk said...

These are fantastic. I love the whole set but your pop of color is absolutely brilliant!

Serline said...

Thanks. The colors in that photo were His glorious handiwork, all I did was capture and sharpen a little...

Nela said...

You have an amazing set! The pop of color photo is absolutely beautiful!

I think the X-ray picture is some kind of flower? :)

Overall, you did an awesome job taking the photos!

tinajo said...

Gorgeous pics - and feels very exotic to me! :-)

Did you receive my postcard?

LB said...

Your photos are stunning!

Anita Johnson said...

These pictures are awesome...I'm guessing the x-ray is of an allium? Big showy purple flowers on a stalk? I want to see jade mountain in person!

Tamar SB said...

Stunning! Is that an alium plant?

Yoli said...

Beautiful images!!!

Sharon Wagner said...

Amazing Sunset shot!

Paula said...

Ooooooo, these are all lovely, Serline! Number three is an allium bloom, no?

Love that "pop of color"! The mountain looks so graceful and rich with history. Oh, the stories it must hold ...

Dirt On The Rocks said...

stunning shots. the last picture is amazing! your pictures are really great!

Buckeroomama said...

I love your Crossing Threshold shot!

Wish I could visit Hangzhou again. Last time I was there, I was 11 and didn't really appreciate the trip. :(

Kala said...

I love tones and focus you've chosen fot the X-Ray shot.

Kat Sloma said...

I love your threshold shot! The swirls catch your eye and just lead you right in. Thanks for linking in to Exploring with a Camera, sorry I'm late in commenting!