China Travel Photo of the Day: Going deeper underground

Culture | by China Travel
Posted: March 7th, 2011 | Updated: March 29th, 2011 | Comments
Filip_M.A. Reed Flute Cave. Guilin Like most underground and cavernous spots in China, Guilin's Reed Flute Cave is lit up in all manner of vibrant shades to highlight the collections of stalagmites, stalactites and other weird and wonderful rock formations that are found there. Usually the garish lighting poses problems for photographers seeking to capture the eerie essence of such grottoes but here, Ctrip China Travel Photo Contest finalist Filip M.A. has perfectly captured this cold, crisp and almost monochrome scene that lurks deep-down, a striking counterpoint to the big skies, karst mountains and rice fields that occupy Guilin above ground. (More after the jump... ) Do you think this is a great photo? Think it deserves to win one of our great prizes? Well there's still one week of public voting still to go, so head on over to the contest voting page, check out all the entries and you can vote every day from now until March 14! Public voting will take place on the contest vote page from 28 February to 14 March. With one vote per day throughout this two week period, be sure to vote early and often! Vote for the same photo each time, or, if you can’t make up your mind, spread the love. The decision is yours—but be sure to use your votes wisely! The top 10 vote-getters will then go on to face our professional travel photographer judges, Jonah Kessel, Tom Carter and Luca Locatelli, who will make the final call.
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