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Photographer Alex Goh Chun Seong captures a charming reflections of China’s rice fields

October 14th, 2015 by admin | Filed under Blog.
  • Malaysian camera man, Alex Goh Chun Seong, trafficked to Yuanyang in Yunnan, China to fire a charming reflections 
  • To grasp a monumental shots a cinema were taken from accurately 30 mins before a object went down
  • Orange, purple, yellow and blue hues of healthy light cascade down a levels of a flooded rice paddies

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The grand landscape of China has been remade into a varicoloured palette of contemplative mirrors interjection to a ability of one photographer.

Malaysian photographer, Alex Goh Chun Seong, trafficked to Yuanyang in Yunnan, China to constraint these extraordinary rice paddy reflections during a witching hour.

To grasp a monumental shots a cinema were taken from accurately 30 mins before a object went down to uncover a mirrored landscape reflecting a colours of twilight.

Orange, purple, yellow and blue hues of healthy light can be seen cascading down a levels of a flooded rice paddies roughly formulating a tie-dyed effect, rippling opposite a expanse.

On closer inspection, Seong’s photographs have also prisoner a little tellurian total of farmers given their rice terraces.

His other cinema while taken in a lively region, exhibit a morning sunlit view shimmering by a clouds with a pinch of encampment dwellings.

The grand paddy fields of Yuanyang in Yunnan China have been remade by a ability of photographer Alex Goh Chun Seong

The grand paddy fields of Yuanyang in Yunnan China have been remade by a ability of photographer Alex Goh Chun Seong

Witching hour: By sharpened a images 30 mins before a object set he was means to constraint a singular and charming phenomenon 

Witching hour: By sharpened a images 30 mins before a object set he was means to constraint a singular and charming phenomenon 

The H2O logged paddy fields simulate a colours of a dusky sky in fragmented layers that resemble damaged mirrors

The H2O logged paddy fields simulate a colours of a dusky sky in fragmented layers that resemble damaged mirrors

Orange, purple, yellow and blue hues of healthy light can be seen cascading down a levels of a flooded rice paddies roughly formulating a tie-dyed effect

Orange, purple, yellow and blue hues of healthy light can be seen cascading down a levels of a flooded rice paddies roughly formulating a tie-dyed effect

The Malaysian photographer also captured sunlit view shimmering by a clouds with a pinch of encampment dwellings 

The Malaysian photographer also captured sunlit view shimmering by a clouds with a pinch of encampment dwellings 

Surreal: On closer inspection, Seong's photographs have also exhibit a little tellurian total of farmers given their rice terraces

Surreal: On closer inspection, Seong’s photographs have also exhibit a little tellurian total of farmers given their rice terraces

Yuanyang County along a Red River is good famous for a  rice-paddy terracing and now partial of a area forms a 45th World Heritage Site in China

Yuanyang County along a Red River is good famous for a rice-paddy terracing and now partial of a area forms a 45th World Heritage Site in China

As good as a photogenic rice paddy fields,the city of Old Yuanyang is framed by thespian plateau (in a distance)

As good as a photogenic rice paddy fields,the city of Old Yuanyang is framed by thespian plateau (in a distance)

Expansive canvas: Popular with photographers, a farming area in southeastern Yunnan range stretches 2,200 km2

Expansive canvas: Popular with photographers, a farming area in southeastern Yunnan range stretches 2,200 km2

Worth a journey: The photographer Alex Goh Seong from Malaysia to see a rice paddy fields Worth a journey: The photographer Alex Goh Seong from Malaysia to see a rice paddy fields

Worth a journey: The photographer Alex Goh Chun Seong (right) trafficked from Malaysia to see a rice paddy fields (left)

 


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