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I Fell In Love with the Peruvian Amazonia Trees - Los Angeles Travel Photographer

As humid as it felt at the time, it was the (beginning of) dry season in the Peruvian Amazonia.  Contrary to my previous conception, many deciduous trees were bare with no leaves left.  Trying to look through the branches to the sky gives an other-worldly (my client Sylvia loves to use this word when describing my work.  Haha...) feeling.  

Yellow-Headed-Caracara-Marayali-Creek-Amazon-Peru-Copyright-Jean-Huang-Photography

Yellow-Headed-Caracara-Marayali-Creek-Amazon-Peru-Copyright-Jean-Huang-Photography

You English (-speaking) people may think of the word silhouette (剪影)。  I, on the other hand, see paper-cut (剪纸) in this image.

What do you think? 

A real beauty brought back from Vietnam - Los Angeles Travel Photographer

I realized that it's been months since our trip to Vietnam and Cambodia and I've been guilty of not sharing enough beautiful images from it.  This one stuck in my mind even during the trip. It was the day that we arrived in Hanoi.  The weather was perfect and we took an easy afternoon stroll along the lake near our hotel.  It turned out to be a popular day (or season) for bridal portraits.  We must have run into at least 5 couples within an hour.  This bride-to-be in her traditional costume, with the soft rays on her shoulder, was simply too beautiful to pass up for me.

So here's my take on her bridal portraiture:

Bridal portraiture at Hanoi, Vietnam - ©Jean Huang Photography
Bridal portraiture at Hanoi, Vietnam - ©Jean Huang Photography

Anybody knows this beautiful bride?  I would love to send her a print.

Beauty is in the Eyes of Beholders - Los Angeles Photographer

At the turn of weather, when the cold air kisses the trees, the leaves start blushing.  The thing is, these trees are lining up a major street.  What does it take for one to start taking in the beauty of the season?  Is it how many times one has to drive through the street?  Is it the time of the day that you are looking at them?  Or is it the right mood that one has to be in? To me, it didn't matter that I just came back from a photo session and cuddling up in sofa sounded like a comfortable thing to do.  How can I ignore the splendid display of the colors when the leaves were saying their final farewell?  I parked the car and was blessed with this beautiful piece of art.

Do you want to take a guess at where this is, if you have ever been to Hacienda Heights, California? ;-)

© Jean Huang Photography

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