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Beside Gokyo lake, there is a long glacier stretches in multiple kilometers covered with gravers. When looking down from the Mountain at its shoulder, we can hear rocks or even slaps of ice break off and fall into individual holes …. which is water from melted snow.

The whole stretch looks hilly, grey, cold, dangerous to an extend like the end of the world.

by krizzcross

Megan is her name, and her parent are so kind to let me captured her best moment.

We had a great time at East Coast beach on one sunny afternoon.

Megan has a natural posing style or should I say, photogenic.

Every angle that I took are flawlessly beautiful.

I am very happy given an opportunity working with this cute young rising (crawling) model :)

And to be honest, this is the first nude picture I ever took with my DSLR :D

“Enough shoot. I want my milk and afternoon nap now” said Megan.

“Sure little princess” I replied.

Have a great weekend everyone! :)

by flyingbeagle

We gathered at the hotel lobby at 5 in the morning and went to Kaolin mine before sunrise.

Kaolin is soft white clay that is an essential ingredient in the manufacture of china and porcelain and is widely used in the making of paper, rubber, paint, and many other products. Kaolin is named after the hill in China (Kao-ling) from which it was mined for centuries. Samples of kaolin were first sent to Europe by a French Jesuit missionary around 1700 as examples of the materials used by the Chinese in the manufacture of porcelain. (source : Britannica Online Encyclopedia)

They take out the kaolin and leave a hole like a lake. Unique and beautiful.

Sunrise at Kaolin Mine

The Reflection

Bike to Work

Kaolin Mine, Belitung Island, May 2010 by v1olet