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Rice Terraces

Arriving at some of China’s most spectacular rice fields it’s hard to see that rise is China’s most important crop. Cultivating rice is an old tradition and the way it happens today is very like how it happened centuries ago. I like this because it...

Hong Kong Bus

Panning image Hong Kong bus. I like to take images in the city using the technique called panning – because you follow the moving object with your camera. I followed the bus/tram with the camera while having a relative slow shutter speed of 1/8 second. The image...

Hong Kong

The buildings of Hong Kong i a texture of concrete, steel and glass. It’s hard to believe that people actually life behind these facades. In Hong Kong there are more than 7,000 skyscrapers and more people in live or work above the 14th floor than anywhere else on...

What’s behind the Orange Umbrella?

From today I will start a small series with images from China. I’ve got quite a few images from our trip in 2011 and I have never really managed to get the ready to show them here on Images by Bay. Now is the time! We traveled around for one and a month going...

Scotland’s Native Pinewoods

The native forest of Scotland – The Caledonian Forest is the type of woodland that once covered vast areas of Scotland. Today only 1% of the original forest remains. Much of remaining Caledonian pine are well protected within the Cairngorms National Park and...