Boats At The River Li Bend by phil decocco

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Lazily floating down the Li River, near Guilin, China on a misty, foggy day with peeks of sun from time to time, was a most magical experience. Everything from people on the river to the magnificent karst formations were a feast for Western eyes.


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Just a retired old guy who loves looking for an eclectic mix of subjects to photograph, from people, to places, to concepts, and enjoys all aspects of the hunt, the find, and the shot, plus dabbling in the post production.

“No great artist ever sees things as they really are. If he did, he would cease to be an artist”
Oscar Wilde

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  • Lisa Jones Caldwell
    Lisa Jones Cal...over 5 years ago

    This is stunning Phil! Excellent work!

  • phil decocco
    phil decoccoover 5 years ago

    thanks much, lisa. The place itself is stunning to see!

  • Jawaher
    Jawaherover 5 years ago

    Great capture phil. These mountains have the most awesome shapes. Have often wanted to go to China to see this in person. Val

  • phil decocco
    phil decoccoover 5 years ago

    thanks for your comments. Make that trip happen, put it on your bucket list…it’s worth every minute.

  • jlynn
    jlynnover 5 years ago

    Majestic beauty!!! Well captured:)

  • phil decocco
    phil decoccoover 5 years ago

    the beauty of this river is so overwhelming that shots like this come easily.

  • Cindy Coverly
    Cindy Coverlyover 5 years ago

    Ooohhh, this is pretty

  • phil decocco
    phil decoccoover 5 years ago

    thanks cindy, the beauty of this river screams out to be captured…that day I complied.

  • eye4art
    eye4artover 5 years ago

    A natural wonder before your eyes Phil. What a scene and well photographed, looks like you’ve picked up some dirt on your lens! Really enjoyed your pictures taken on your travels, great variety.

  • phil decocco
    phil decoccoover 5 years ago

    damien, thanks for the comments. it was on my sensor…just had it cleaned.

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