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Great Waylim 2010-04-12 23:45

Nihao Harry,
I would just imagine all thos red metal structures the Chinese pavilion or pagoda, and it would just fit all the traditional image that I have come to expect of a Chinese landscape shot.
Not the perfect light, but there is still something magical about the atmosphere, perhaps it the misty atmosphere. It reminded of the famous Huang Shan, Yellow Mountain images we see so often bath in the sea of fog. Anyway, I'm planing a trip there late this year. I guess you are now working here overseeing the construction in the area including this Dam.
At least there are many place to see and visit here on your time off.
Way

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Old 04-13-2010, 07:08 AM
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Default To Waylim: not on the dam

Hi Way

Nice of you to take the time to pass by.
No i am not on the dam project or in that area, this was a cruise trip with my parents along the river, quite a beautiful trip actually, although the weather was mostly grey and foggy.
I live in Shanghai, but travel around to oversee steel production in area.

But you are right, many places to see in this huge country.
Harry
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