This peak was called Chinaman and is now Hai Ling. the name of the man who first climbed it. In the tree on the right is a North American Robin. Not a proper job at all in my opinion :)
Did you climb to the top of this one? Nice spot with the Robin. I thought the names were the names of the two peaks.
18 Oct 2013 7:31am
@Ainsley: afraid not. A relatively easy climb apparently and there would be a spectacular view, but a case of so much to do and so little time to do it in :)
18 Oct 2013 8:00am
Good job of capturing all the Robin's orange breast. Not much of it shows from the usual angle for photos. ;D
18 Oct 2013 12:09pm
Stunning landscape! I love the framing and the angle of the majestic mountains. Lovely!
18 Oct 2013 12:38pm
Superb composition .
18 Oct 2013 2:01pm
These are impressive looking, very bald, mountains. The green tree and the Robin make a useful contrast in this shot.
18 Oct 2013 2:35pm
Wonderful framing. Nice POV.
18 Oct 2013 2:44pm
Great framing, beautiful colours
18 Oct 2013 3:14pm
so so beautiful frame, colors & lights!
18 Oct 2013 3:58pm
& lovely bird! :)
La branche et la montagne quel vue et compo très bien vu sueprbe luminosité
18 Oct 2013 4:35pm
I love the robin - you captured his red breast beautifully.
18 Oct 2013 5:09pm
Lovely compo and little bird.
18 Oct 2013 8:02pm
I like it, a very proper job in my eyes:)
18 Oct 2013 9:31pm
I like how you composed this image with the mountain on the one side and the tree on the other. The robin is a bonus! His bright color really stands out!
18 Oct 2013 11:34pm
The sky forms a nice diagonal through the frame. The golden breasted bird is a nice addition.
19 Oct 2013 2:11am
very attractive natural frame, and the robin adds a touch of different colour !!!
24 Oct 2013 5:18pm
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