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Discussion in 'Hong Kong / Macau / Vietnam Open 2013' started by Cheung, Nov 20, 2013.
From the stands
Great shots Cheung, love them!
Didn't see you there today!
she is obviously enjoying her badminton.
After the forum's downtime for maintenance, I can't see the pictures anymore. Is it just me?
All the pictures I see in various discussion threads are not visible. I am using Chrome if that matters.
yes. me too. with firefox.
I can see the pics in firefox
there is some issue with image attachments after the server upgrade. i am looking into it.
Some from semi-finals day.
Mrs Adcock is not called Mrs Adcock....
Wang Shi Xian's toughie opponent.
Next up men's doubles. Ahsan wasn't firing on all cylinders.
Meant to upload these yesterday! Shots from the quarter final win of the Hong Kong longest survivors in this tournament, Cathy Hoi Wah Chau and Chun Hei Lee in mix double.
And the quarter match between Mohammad Ahsan/Hendra Setiawan vs Vladimir Ivanov/Ivan Sozonov in mens double.
The most anticipated semi final match, the very last match of the day, mix double match between China's Chen Liu and Yixin Bao against the home town daughter and son of Hong Kong, Cathy Hoi Wah Chau and Chun Hei Lee. It was a gut wrenching 3 setter for everyone in the Colosseum, the final score of 17-21, 21-10, 23-21 only tells half of the story. Chau and Lee came back from a four points deficit of 16-20 score, to tie the final set! Unfortunately, this time the Chinese pair prevailed at the end. The fans might be disappointed at the moment, I'm sure as everyone walking out the stadium, they were encouraged and proud of Hoi Wah and Chun Hei. And will continue to support their home town rising stars of badminton!
Cheung, what happened to KKJ's eye?
And here are the photos of the match between the highly competitive pairs of Men's Double who need no introductions! The score was 22-20, 22-20.
I didn't see that moment. I suspect a shuttle flew up into his eye.
jyeung, can I ask. What camera and lens u used?
KKJ is pretty lucky. hehe
Heong, it was the Canon 1dx with Canon 135mm/f2 + 2xTCII