Yellow Monday (6)

More yellow rapeseed flowers to brighten up on a Monday . . . . . . . . . . . . .

We were driven around in an environmentally friendly electrical cart, firstly up the Wan Feng Lin mountains in Yunnan (shown as an almost horizontal line mid-hill on the image) and then actually down to the yellow fields!DSCF3105

The fingers of  mountains rose quite steeply from the plains. . . . . . .  so steep as if they were unreal.  At the base, was a line of village houses.

The foreground was a bit blur, due to the movement of the electrical vehicle, but nevertheless, it is another sight we would remember for a long time to come.

26 thoughts on “Yellow Monday (6)

    • Now you said it, I have looked at the image again and have to agree with you that they look like the spine of a yellow dragon. Very interesting and thank you 🙂

  1. Gorgeous! This most certainly rivals the solid-yellow fields of dandelions we have in England. The mountains are simply spectacular as well 🙂

  2. I agree definitely, with the person that describes it as the spine of a Dragon. But I see it as if the magic Dragon, is just there, lying face down to guard the non less magic “City of the Magic Yellow Valley”. Very pretty as a whole, intercommunicated three meaningful parts.

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