This is the very first time I step my foot on Sungai Palas Boh tea plantation field. It was a chaotic moment squeezing through the traffic up the highland and into the tea field in the long weekend. Traveling from point A to B that usually takes a 10minutes becomes a good devastating 1 hour. But never mind, the scenery really pay off!
This is my first time I created HDR Panorama too. There’s actually 3 variations made in processing these HDR panoramic. Tell me which one you like. Personally I love the first in the collection.
Hope you enjoy my collection on the tea field this time.
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It’s a breathtaking scenery that every visitor to Cameroon Highlands would never miss it. I have complied the panorama I took back in year 2004 and the one I took recently and wish to share with you all. Here you go…
Bharat Tea Field, Cameron Highlands (August 2004)
Bharat Tea Field, Cameron Highlands (June 2009)
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Nothing much have changed after 4 years except that there’s a new recreational/resting hut in the middle of the field, which is actually good for us to chill while enjoying the great scenery.
There’s actually a few more tea plantation fields around Cameron Highlands. I’ll try to get to them on my next trip up there! Happy Holidays on this long weekend peeps!
Here’s one of the two panorama I attempted to take in New World Park last week when I went there for lunch. This piece of panorama is taken hand-held without tripod. I just need to to try to maintain the horizontal balance and staying where I was standing while turning my body around composing the shots. Long to go before I can master panoramic skill, there’s just so much to learn. It’s exciting! I hope you enjoy my shot here.