谢谢大家的评论。这幅照片已登载在《国家人文地理》2007年12月期。Thanks for all the comments. This photo was already published on the December 2007 issue of National Cultural Geographic (a UNESCO designated journal published in China).
River confluences is always an emotional high: This confluence of Lhasa River and he Great Tsang Po is breathtaking: brlliant pic: what time of the year?
I like this colors.
Danny, I come from Assam where the Tsangpo is known as the Brahmaputra, the only male river in the Hindu mythology or as we Assamese call it, our "Borluit".
Many thanks for the stunning photograph.
Très belle série .
Mais , je crois que tu as besoin de visiter l'Egypte pour voir le fleuve de Nil .
En tout cas , Je suis vraiment heureux d’avoir découvert cette galerie
Amitié de l'Egypte : Youssef
Stunning!!! Thanks for sharing!
美麗的照片。 從西西里島的致敬。 如果您要，表決 My contest Margherita
The Yarlung Tsangpo from Lhatse to the Kyi Chu (Lhasa River) confluence was first explored by American kayakers in 1986. See Yarlung, 1986 for more info.
outstanding shot !
Wonderful, clear colors! Great work! Greetings BL
nice shot! very nice place!!!
my brother and I are making a website about a proposed bicycle trip across Tibet. While looking for potential pictures to use we came across your albums. We were wondering whether or not we could use some of your pictures, especially some of the panoramas on our website, and if so how best to cite usage of them.
love your photos,
nilskoons, if you use any of my photos, just cite my name as author and copyright holder (indicated with a (c) sing). Thanks for viewing, guys.
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Photo taken in Quxu, Lhasa, Tibet, China
Misplaced? Suggest new location