• North Korea. 2009
  • A child poses for a photograph by the side of the road on the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau, Qinghai Province. China. 2010
  • North Korea. 2009
  • A man sleeps near to Tibetan prayer flags on top of a hill on the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau, Qinghai Province. China. 2010
  • Two men drink beer on a hillside on the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau, Qinghai Province. China. 2010
  • Tibetan payer flags line the hills on the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau, Qinghai Province. China. 2010
  • CHINA. Chongqing Province.  A view of the 3 Gorges. The flooding of the three Gorges, by damming the Yangtze near the town of YiChang, has remained a controversial subject due to the negative environmental consequences and the displacement of millions of people in the flood plain. The Yangtze River however is reported to be at its lowest level in 150 years as a result of a country-wide drought. It is China's longest river and the third longest in the world. Originating in Tibet, the river flows for 3,964 miles (6,380km) through central China into the East China Sea at Shanghai.  2008.
  • CHINA. Chongqing Province.  A man looks out onto the 3 Gorges. The flooding of the three Gorges, by damming the Yangtze near the town of YiChang, has remained a controversial subject due to the negative environmental consequences and the displacement of millions of people in the flood plain. The Yangtze River however is reported to be at its lowest level in 150 years as a result of a country-wide drought. It is China's longest river and the third longest in the world. Originating in Tibet, the river flows for 3,964 miles (6,380km) through central China into the East China Sea at Shanghai.  2008.
  • A yak stands my the side of a mountain road on the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau, Qinghai Province. China. 2010
  • A view of the the Dujiangyan Irrigation System and surrounding mountains. The system is regarded as an "ancient Chinese engineering marvel." By naturally channeling water from the Min River during times of flood, the irrigation system served to protect the local area from flooding and provide water to the Chengdu basin. Sichuan Province. 2010
  • CHINA. Beijing. Scene from Beijing West Train Station. 2007.
  • The Sai Van Bridge in Macao.<br />
<br />
To license this image, please contact the National Geographic Creative Collection:<br />
<br />
Image ID: 1973124 <br />
 <br />
Email: natgeocreative@ngs.org<br />
<br />
Telephone: 202 857 7537 / Toll Free 800 434 2244<br />
<br />
National Geographic Creative<br />
1145 17th St NW, Washington DC 20036
  • Desertification is increasing on the shores of Qinghai Lake, China's largest inland body of water which lies at over 3000m on the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau. The lake has been shrinking in recent decades, as a result of increased water-usage for local agriculture. Qinghai Province. China. 2010
  • Tibetan prayer flags on top of a hill on the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau, Qinghai Province. China. 2010
  • The reservoir behind the Zipingpu dam, which lies just a few kilometres upstream from the Dujiangyan Irrigation System, a 2000-year old structure which harvests summer flood waters.  The new dam has resulted in changing water flow and has caused numerous environmental concerns for local ecosystems. Sichuan Province. 2010
  • The reservoir behind the Zipingpu dam, which lies just a few kilometres upstream from the Dujiangyan Irrigation System, a 2000-year old structure which harvests summer flood waters.  The new dam has resulted in changing water flow and has caused numerous environmental concerns for local ecosystems. Sichuan Province. 2010
  • The Zipingpu dam, which lies just a few kilometres upstream from the Dujiangyan Irrigation System, a 2000-year old structure which harvests summer flood waters.  The new dam has resulted in changing water flow and has caused numerous environmental concerns for local ecosystems. Sichuan Province. 2010
  • One of the main channels that makes up the Dujiangyan Irrigation System. The system is regarded as an "ancient Chinese engineering marvel." By naturally channeling water from the Min River during times of flood, the irrigation system served to protect the local area from flooding and provide water to the Chengdu basin. Sichuan Province. 2010
  • Workers walk up one of the channels that make up the Dujiangyan Irrigation System. The system is regarded as an "ancient Chinese engineering marvel." By naturally channeling water from the Min River during times of flood, the irrigation system served to protect the local area from flooding and provide water to the Chengdu basin. Sichuan Province. 2010
  • CHINA. Hubei Province. A view of the Yangtze River near the 3 Gorges.  The flooding of the three Gorges, by damming the Yangtze near the town of YiChang, has remained a controversial subject due to the negative environmental consequences and the displacement of millions of people in the flood plain. The Yangtze River however is reported to be at its lowest level in 150 years as a result of a country-wide drought. It is China's longest river and the third longest in the world. Originating in Tibet, the river flows for 3,964 miles (6,380km) through central China into the East China Sea at Shanghai.  2008.
  • CHINA. Hubei Province. A view of the 3 Gorges.  The flooding of the three Gorges, by damming the Yangtze near the town of YiChang, has remained a controversial subject due to the negative environmental consequences and the displacement of millions of people in the flood plain. The Yangtze River however is reported to be at its lowest level in 150 years as a result of a country-wide drought. It is China's longest river and the third longest in the world. Originating in Tibet, the river flows for 3,964 miles (6,380km) through central China into the East China Sea at Shanghai.  2008.
  • CHINA. Chongqing Province.  A view of the 3 Gorges entrance from the town of Wushan. The flooding of the three Gorges, by damming the Yangtze near the town of YiChang, has remained a controversial subject due to the negative environmental consequences and the displacement of millions of people in the flood plain. The Yangtze River however is reported to be at its lowest level in 150 years as a result of a country-wide drought. It is China's longest river and the third longest in the world. Originating in Tibet, the river flows for 3,964 miles (6,380km) through central China into the East China Sea at Shanghai.  2008.
  • Traffic moving along on the Sai Van Bridge, in Macao.<br />
<br />
To license this image, please contact the National Geographic Creative Collection:<br />
<br />
Image ID: 1973125 <br />
 <br />
Email: natgeocreative@ngs.org<br />
<br />
Telephone: 202 857 7537 / Toll Free 800 434 2244<br />
<br />
National Geographic Creative<br />
1145 17th St NW, Washington DC 20036
  • Cityscape of the southern section of Macao.<br />
<br />
To license this image, please contact the National Geographic Creative Collection:<br />
<br />
Image ID: 1973127 <br />
 <br />
Email: natgeocreative@ngs.org<br />
<br />
Telephone: 202 857 7537 / Toll Free 800 434 2244<br />
<br />
National Geographic Creative<br />
1145 17th St NW, Washington DC 20036
View: 24 | All
Next