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Posted By:jchip

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2011-05-11 11:49:43
Oh well,... I'm still not going to climb it just because it's there!???
2011-05-08 07:00:42
JChip8, the pain in the ass, does that a lot, nothing new here
2011-05-06 10:14:20
Thank you Tom-Tom! I agree about lazy posters.
2011-05-06 10:02:53
Jchip8 was not visiting Chinese sites, just Flickr, but failed to provide the info. Although the location was not mentioned in the title, it was clearly in the tags. Lazy posters are a pain-in-the-u-know-what. :) HAPPY BIRTHDAY, GABRIELLE!
2011-05-06 09:55:54
Zhangjiajie National Forest Park is not to be confused with Tianmen Mountain National Park, the two are separate parks.
2011-05-06 09:50:28
Sorry, I meant site OR photographer and yes it is the Zhangjiajie National Forest Park.
2011-05-06 09:06:50
The landscape is not a "simulated, imaginary landscape" as Digital Image erroneously tries to convey. This photo has been taken in the Zhangjiajie National Forest Park which is in northern Hunan Province in China, and it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. More "Voyage to Pandora" photos by Further to Fly (who is Tom Horton).
2011-05-06 07:11:20
I believe it is the Tianman Mountains again - I think Jchip8 is visiting Chinese sites and not bothering to acknowledge the site of photographer. I know that sometimes not all the information is available but surely there is something?
2011-05-06 05:36:04
The tag line, paisagens, that was provided by jChip8, is of no value either. Paisagens is a Portuguese word that translates into English as 'landscape'.
2011-05-06 04:05:52
Jchip8, provides no title or information, however, this is another Tom Horton photo (see also hairpins) from Flickr. Horton labeled this photo as 'Voyage to Pandora #7'. There is no place, known as 'Pandora' that actually exists on our planet. The name was used for a mythical place in the movie 'Avatar'. Interestingly 'pandora' is the name of a computer program that stitches multiple images into a single composite image in order to produce highly complex and imaginative landscape photos. Apparently this is what Tom Horton did in order to provide produce this photo. If you take a look at Tom Horton's portfolio on Flickr, you will see a large number of simulated, imaginary landscapes such as this. On the other hand you will also see some very realistic photos, from all around the world, as well. I am confused, I don't think that all of the Tom Horton photos should be thrown out as digital manipulations, however many of them certainly are. Jchip8, is not doing us any favours by uploading photos such as this without any background information at all.