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Joint
14-MAR-2009

Joint

Yi Tai Study Hall, Hong Kong view map

Chinese buildings are typically constructed with jointnary
and seldom with use of screws or nails.
Structural stability is further ensured
through the use of heavy beams and roofs,
which weights the structure down.

Posted on 21 March 2009
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Nikon Mama - Birgitte Ott29-Mar-2009 20:44
Wonderful perspective and great details! Colors and sharpness is outstanding as always - your work really fasinates me :o) ~v~
Simon Chandler22-Mar-2009 21:39
Graphic composition with rich tone, very compelling. Great info. v
Steve Morris22-Mar-2009 16:56
Great architecture, shown off well with your keen eye for geomentric shapes CM!BV
BleuEvanescence22-Mar-2009 16:10
Architecture with style and beauty.
2004 22-Mar-2009 14:29
good composition !
an nguyen22-Mar-2009 00:23
Beautiful details...
Chad Ramsey22-Mar-2009 00:18
Wow! Such beautiful details you find~V
bill friedlander21-Mar-2009 20:12
The ornamentation is so fine and delicate and your wonderful technique brings out their full beauty. V
ac21-Mar-2009 18:00
The HK architecture is gold mine where you find jewels.
hugo poon21-Mar-2009 16:08
Wonderful angle CM!!! Beautiful interaction between the patterns and textures!
Walter O. Koenig21-Mar-2009 15:32
nice shot of the architectural details where the wood and stone meet. Interesting information on the construction too. "V"
DL 21-Mar-2009 15:10
Brilliant! Thanks for the detail information as well.
TuTmin21-Mar-2009 14:17
nicely captured.voted
Tomasz Dziubinski - Photography21-Mar-2009 13:51
Good capture of these beautiful details, Vote.
Monique LaguŽ21-Mar-2009 12:15
Very nice details and excellent composition.
Brian with an Eye21-Mar-2009 10:38
Interesting to see, CM. Thanks for the background information.
endre novak21-Mar-2009 10:13
nice piece of detail.