Men against Nature

This is to commiserate the victims of the earthquake in Qinghai, China on 14 April 2010.


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  • eudæmon 5y

    kudos to you for this dedication to the quake victims - and I love the almost minimalist treatment and composition!
  • Rose Rossetti 5y

    They're snowshoe trekking. It's a lot of fun. We have this at Whistler too. Great shot, James!
  • edgarleo 5y

    Very simple. Fantastic! :)
  • Bryan Leung 5y

    woo, wonderful composition, this is great!
    yes, pray for victims of the earthquake in Qinghai!
  • Chris Thomas 5y

    Love the framing, the line and the sense of nature/struggle
  • Doug 5y

    Nice simplicity to this scene.. beautiful.
  • Arnd 5y

    nice - i think they want to be with the nature.
  • kwokksl 5y

    Nothing to say, Perfect !!
  • Y*o*K*o* 5y

  • Edmund Lim 5y

    they're like ants! nice one!
  • Anna Braga 5y

    Amazing !
  • S(u)e A(n)ne 5y

    It's very good of you to commemorate the earthquake. It was a very sad event.

    You're doing wonderful work as always, James. I love this break from Hong Kong, really shows the breadth of your skills.
  • Carl Johan Heickendorf 5y

    Beautiful capture. Its a great commemoration. The forces of nature are inconceivable !
  • harris 5y

    simple but nice :D
  • robogabo 5y

    unbelievable simply unbelievable, very nice shot
  • Ed Cheong 5y

    nice composition
  • Gianni Ferraro 5y

    Excellent image.
    Men must respect nature.
  • Melissa 5y

    awesome shot!
  • Draycat | 5y

    I really love this shot, excellent. simply but really strong.

    Seen on your photo stream. (?)
  • Jeyaganesh Rajamanickam 5y

    Fantastic shot!
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Taken on April 2, 2010
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