Yehliu Geopark

Here are some photographs I took while visiting Yehliu Geopark on a yet another rainy day. It’s a place famous for its sea-erosion landscape. The place is splendid for photography if the weather is pleasant and you don’t mind hordes of chinese tourists.


GINGER ROCKS
Original size: 3872 x 2592


YEHLIU GEOPARK
Original size:
3872 x 2592


CANDLE ROCKS
Original size:
3785 x 2523


HONEYCOMB ROCKS
Original size:
3866 x 2589


FAIRY’S SHOE
Original size:
3872 x 2592


YEHLIU GEOPARK 2
Original size:
2523 x 3785


Date taken: 17.11.2011 | Location: Yehliu Geopark, Wanli, Taiwan

Comments and feedback are appreciated.

(Click on the photographs to see them in a larger size)

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About j.t.l.

I’m a creative minded finnish fellow who is passionate about photography, making music, and traveling among many other things.

4 comments

  1. Hi,

    I love the photos, I noticed the waves in the pictures……did you slow down the shutter speed? or use a special filter (ND) ?

    • Thanks! Glad you liked the photos!
      Yes, I used a ND filter to be able to slow down the shutter speed enough. In addition to the ND filter, I also used a Circular Polarizer for the same purpose and to control the reflections on the water to achieve the desired effect.

  2. The rocks look like craters! Very out of this world. Great job!

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