Green Wednesday (1)

Based on  Thai astrology, Wednesday is Green.

Have uploaded a couple of posts recently on Green as entries to Travel Theme and also Weekly Photo Challenge. Green has always given me tranquility and the color is soothing to the eyes.

Our recent trip to the mountains of Yunnan, China has brought us to some high hills where we were able to have a panoramic view of the Wan Feng Lin which is the Forest of Ten Thousand Hills.

In fact, there were 20,000 hills in the area, with some rising to 2,000m. The ones we viewed were the most picturesque.DSCF3081

Here we have a mix of dark green on the hills and light green / yellowish-green on the plateau. The hills seem to have soared from the flat area, giving a sharp contrast in terms of landform and colors. The more distant hills just faded out in the haze.

We were amazed even the areas wedged in between the high hills are also cultivated. Some yellow flowers have bloomed but most of the flat area was still green. We can only marvel again at how man have made use of every inch of arable land!

46 thoughts on “Green Wednesday (1)

    • Maybe, I should do research on the geology of this area to find out the history. Just wonder whether the flat areas were at one time the bottom of the sea. Anyway, many thanks for the encouraging and kind comment 🙂

    • Hi Kathleen, you may have noticed that for every tree branch immersed in the lake, you can clearly see the branch and also their shadows in the lake bottom. Thank you for the kind comment 🙂

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