Many readers / blogging friends thought I have travelled everywhere. The truth is that the more you travelled, the more you realize that there are many places that you haven’t visited.
HuangShan in China is a place where I have never visited.
My classmate in Chinese Calligraphy, Mr. Chung Kwok Fan, was there just last week.
The photos he showed us were some of the best I have ever seen of HuangShan.
Basically, he was several thousand feet above sea level and viewing down the clouds and mountains below him.
It was just like a Chinese painting! Not just any painting, but a painting by a master.
The view is just surreal.
Mr. Chung has kindly agreed to my posting of this great photo.
Do you think this image warrant submitting to the National Geographic?
For those who would like to know more about HuangShan, below is an introduction from Wikipedia:
Huangshan ( literally: “Yellow Mountain”), is a mountain range in southern Anhui province in eastern China. The range is composed of material that was uplifted from an ancient sea during the Mesozoic era, 100 million years ago. The mountains themselves were carved by glaciers during the Quaternary. Vegetation on the range is thickest below 1,100 meters (3,600 ft), with trees growing up to the treeline at 1,800 meters (5,900 ft).
The area is well known for its scenery, sunsets, peculiarly shaped granite peaks, Huangshan Pine trees, and views of the clouds from above. Huangshan is a frequent subject of traditional Chinese paintings and literature, as well as modern photography. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and one of China’s major tourist destinations.