Like all antelopes, YingYing is fast and agile and can swiftly cover great stretches of land as he races across the earth. A symbol of vastness of China's landscape, the antelope carries the blessing of health, the strength of body that comes from harmony with nature. YingYing's flying pose captures the essence of a species unique to the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, one of the first animals put under protection in China. The selection of the Tibetan Antelope reflects Beijing commitment to a Green Olympics. His head ornament incorporates several decorative styles from the Qinghai-Tibet and XinJiang cultures and the ethnic design traditions of China. Strong in track and field events, YingYing is a quick-witted and agile boy who represents the yellow Olympic ring...
Super GT Round 4 Malaysia 2009
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Since I bought my E-500, I had been dreaming of a fisheye lens. But until now, I still cannot afford one. What I like about the fisheye lens are the effect of the round distortion and it can cover super ultra wide angle of sight... Read More...______________________________________________________________________________________________ Lomo Smena 8m
The word "Smena" (Cmeha) is roughly translated into "Young Generation" in English. True to its name, the Smena line of cameras were designed to provide inexpensive, accessible, and excellent photography tools to the hard-working young Soviets of the time... Read More...______________________________________________________________________________________________ Kuala Lumpur Butterfly Park
Not long after i bought the Olympus Macro Flash System, I went to Kuala Lumpur Butterfly Park to test out the system for outdoor macro photography... Read More...