Weekly Photo Challenge: Changing Seasons (1)

Posted: December 9, 2012 by jennroig in Miscellaneous, Photography

I found this piece interesting and want to share. I’ve never been in Asia, but it’s indeed one of the destinations that I definitely don’t want to miss.

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Living in a subtropical area, all we have are two seasons – the hot and sometimes rainy summer and the relatively cool and dry winter. With global warming, even our winter is becoming shorter and shorter. In 50 years time, it is predicted that we may no longer have any winter!DSCF2735

The summer is marked by temperatures hovering around 30 degree Celsius and with some typhoons (hurricanes), the winter is sometimes grey and gloomy; however many of the trees are still green albeit of a darker shade.

We like distinct seasons; this is one of the reasons why we travelled to Beijing early November this year. In Beijing, one of the places we visited was the BaiWangShan Park where we distinctly felt that we were in Autumn and Winter was not far off.DSCF2734

Strolling around the park was delightful, with red foliage on either side of the meandering path.CIMG2755

One of the attractions…

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