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China seen from above

After spending a year in China alone, Florian Delalee made a series of landscape photos of different regions from her own creative perspectives.

Florian Delalee is a young French photographer who has worked in Asian countries for the past 12 years, now based in Shanghai. Florian’s predestined relationship with China came when he was given a job opportunity by his former boss in Shanghai in 2009. Since then, he bought his first DSLR camera, taught himself to shoot, and gradually became more passionate about photography.

Having just released the “Chinese Beauty from above” photo series commemorating the year that can’t go anywhere, Delalee wants to introduce the one-year process of capturing and creating perspectives on this country.

Equipped with a drone, Delalee set out to explore the remote lands of China, from Tibet, Inner Mongolia to Xinjiang, Sichuan, Jiangxi… for French photographers with authentic Chinese landscape frames.

Whether hiking on the distant Great Wall, or “flying” a drone over the red forests of Anhui, photographing the pink lake in Inner Mongolia, Delalee always wants to find a new perspective.

A corner of Hoang Lanh ancient village, in Vu Nguyen district, Jiangxi province. Previously, the village was old and dilapidated, but in 2009, the locality began to develop tourism, the old farms were converted into shops, restaurants and hotels, resorts… In addition to the houses. Traditionally, visitors to Hoang Lanh village in autumn will learn about shaiqiu – the practice of drying agricultural products such as corn and chili peppers, in the autumn sun.

Tea cultivation and production in Wuyuan, Jiangxi.

The Wetland Redwood Forest in Qinglong Bay is a must-visit destination in Ningguo City, Anhui Province. When the weather is pleasant, the red leaves shimmering in the sun combine with the clear blue water of the bay to make the landscape look from afar like a magical oil painting.

An area of ​​Lake Kanas located in the valley of the Altay Mountains, north of Xinjiang, close to the borders of Kazakhstan, Mongolia and Russia. Lake Kanas has been classified as a Category 5A scenic area (the highest grade) by the China National Administration of Tourism.

Built 650 years ago, the ancient village of Ping’an sits on top of the famous Longji rice terraces of Longsheng district, 1,200 meters above sea level. There is a small community of Zhuang and Dao ethnic people who have grown rice for a long time on spectacular terraced fields.

Lake Namtso is about 240 km from Lhasa city, the capital of Tibet. Namtso is the second largest saltwater lake in China with a total length of 70 km and a water surface area of ​​1,961 km2. This lake is famous as one of the most beautiful destinations of the Nyainqetanglha mountains, where the Tibetan people have lived for centuries. Since there was a road through Lakenla Pass in 2005, visitors come here to visit much easier than before.

Canola flower fields dye the landscape yellow in Wuyuan, Jiangxi province. Canola flower season here falls in March, in addition to harvesting seeds to press to make oil, the fields of canola bloom every spring is also an attractive attraction for tourists from all over the world to come here to admire.

A corner of the Badain Jaran desert in Inner Mongolia, where the highest sand dunes in the world, up to 500 meters. Interspersed between the high sand dunes, there are many colorful lakes providing water for the goats, camels, and horses of the nomads.

Binggou Valley in Zhangye Danxia Geopark. In the valley, although there are not as many colors as the rainbow mountain, the mountain has a very beautiful and tall shape. With unique beauty, Truong Dich Dan Ha is always an attractive tourist and check-in destination in Gansu.

Khanh Tran (Follow My Modern Met)

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