Curvy Tea, by Greg Goodman

While backpacking through Malaysia, I managed to break the world’s largest flower, get a self-diagnosed case of swine flu and take a tour BOH Tea Plantation in Tana Rata. With a sea of green tea fields and spots of workers’ heads stretching into the horizon, the plantation was a scene of unparalleled tranquility and beauty. I was especially enchanted by the narrow dirt roads that parted the rows of tea to allow farming vehicles and my tour jeep to pass through: a wonderful blend of nature and humanity.

Curvy Tea, by Greg Goodman

Nikon D80 | 1/250 at f/8 | 15mm | ISO200 | -2/3eV
Curvy Tea, by Greg Goodman

Award Winner: Photo of the Day | November 11
Photo of the Day Award Category: Travel Photography
Photograph Location: BOH Tea Plantation, Tana Rata, Cameron Highlands | Malaysia

Photographer: Greg Goodman ( San Francisco, CA, USA) Registered
Greg Goodman’s passion for travel and photography is deeply rooted in early-childhood family vacations, when his parents gave him a 110mm film camera to keep him entertained. Growing up in New York City continues to influence Greg’s choice of subject matter, as he is particularly drawn to cityscapes, buildings, bridges, transportation methods, decay, manmade objects and nature’s interaction with humanity.

In addition to his photographic work being featured in numerous exhibitions, events and publications, Greg frequently updates the digital magazine of his life – Adventures of a GoodMan .com – with stories, photographs, travel journals and videos from numerous backpacking trips abroad…and life’s adventures at home.

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  1. Greg Goodman
    Greg Goodman says:

    Thanks so much for featuring my photograph as your Photo of the Day.
    To read the full story of my backpacking adventure through Tana Rata and the Cameron Highlands, please visit my blog.

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