Beijing, China – October 10, 2012: Visitors in the southern section (Outer Court) – with The Hall of Supreme Harmony (Tài Hé Diàn) – of The Forbidden City (or Palace Museum) north of Tiananmen Square. Nikon D800E and Nikkor 24-70mm (with a polarizer) at 24mm, f/8, 1/200 sec and ISO 200. The image may be [...]
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