Forbidden City panorama – Photo of the day



Published by imageservices on January 7, 2009 in Photo of the day.





Powerhouse Museum – Sydney






Forbidden City panorama




Forbidden City panorama, originally uploaded by Powerhouse Museum.


    This panorama of the Northeastern, corner tower of the Forbidden City, has been stitched together from 3 individual shots. One of our photographers spent a month in China roaming around the Great Wall and the landscape carrying the medium format Hasselblad gear to shoot for the exhibition The Great Wall of China: dynasties, dragons and warriors.

    The Forbidden City, according to Wikipedia, is located in the middle of Beijing and was once the home of the Emperor and the Chinese government. Since 1924 it has been the home of the Palace Museum and houses an extensive collection.

    You can see more images taken in China by Jean-Francois in this set from our Flickr account.


Photography by Jean-François Lanzarone
License: Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 2.0


    © Copyright Powerhouse Museum





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