Welcome! The site name is 'The Echo of Nature'. I've been increasingly amazed by how nature has been constantly shaping our life over time. Mountains, oceans, canyons, ..., and all those creatures in them. Being an engineer studying biologically inspired technologies really offers me a wonderful opportunity to probe into and think about the incredible natural designs behind what we see. Plus, it's always a blissful experience to get out into the wilderness. I hope you will find a moment of serenity in these photos. Some are exclusively licensed by Getty Images and VCG.

Romance of Rocks
Romance of Rocks

First light in the morning lit up the canyon and hoodoos @Bryce Canyon, Utah

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Delicate Balance
Delicate Balance

Arches, Moab, Utah

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The Spotlight
The Spotlight

Arches, Moab, Utah

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Clouds
Clouds

Clouds start to dissipate late in the afternoon at Mountain Tamalpeis.

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Night at Pinnacles
Night at Pinnacles

Pinnacles National Park, Day of New Moon.

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Breath of the Wild
Breath of the Wild
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Welcome, 2021!
Welcome, 2021!

Filoli Garden, CA.

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Tree Tunnel
Tree Tunnel

Filoli Garden, CA

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Deep Blue
Deep Blue

Oil spheres floating on the surface of water with casually arranged blue backdrop lighting. This is a fairly basic and simple but also incredibly stunning macrophotography attempt. PS: Oil used is normal corn oil from Costco, water is just tap water in a glass kitchen bowl, and the light is an LED panel covered with several layers of kitchen towel. :D

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Gingko Leaves
Gingko Leaves

Shriram Center, Stanford, CA.

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Howl-o-ween!
Howl-o-ween!

Yachen's masterpiece. Happy Howl-o-ween!

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Serenity
Serenity

Sierra Nevada mountain range, CA.

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Thriving in the Desert
Thriving in the Desert

Joshua Tree NP, CA.

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Rocky Mountain High
Rocky Mountain High

Longs Peak, CO.

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NEOWISE Comet
NEOWISE Comet

The comet passes by every 6,800 years.

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NEOWISE
NEOWISE

The comet passes by every 6,800 years.

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Gazing
Gazing

Joshua Tree NP, CA.

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When the Stars Rise
When the Stars Rise

Half of the park is after dark. Joshua Tree NP.

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Desert Morning Glory
Desert Morning Glory

Sunrise moment - a portrait version. Not sure about the biological name/classification of these wild plants. They look no more than bland, when compared to thorny cacti and hysterical Joshua trees. The Mojave Desert is usually known for its dryness and harshness, but, at least, some plants can thrive here.

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Desert Morning Glory
Desert Morning Glory

The Mojave Desert is usually known for its dryness and harshness, but, at least, some plants can thrive here.

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Little Corona Tidepool
Little Corona Tidepool

Corona Del Mar, CA

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Milky Way in Winter
Milky Way in Winter

Joshua Tree National Park, CA

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Iridescence Belongs to Morpho
Iridescence Belongs to Morpho

Beautiful as it is.

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Whose Cherry?
Whose Cherry?

Boston Public Garden, MA

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Downtown Boston
Downtown Boston

Skywalk Observation Deck, Boston, MA

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Welcome, Mr. Hummingbird!
Welcome, Mr. Hummingbird!

Three Rivers, CA

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Dance with Tide
Dance with Tide

Inspiration Point, Corona del Mar, CA. This photo has been selected and listed on the gettyimages.

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Oh, Sierra Nevada!
Oh, Sierra Nevada!

Sequoia, CA

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Reflection
Reflection

Saddlebag Lake, Lee Vining, CA

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11,000 Feet High
11,000 Feet High

Saddlebag Lake, Lee Vining, CA

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