72 comments on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Fleeting

  1. i like how you use the term “fleeting” to reflect the mist’s characteristics. really nice term =)

  2. Wow, thanks for sharing. I went to Zhangjiajie too, hoping to see the misty mountains like the way they were depicted in photos, but was met with clear skies and scorching weather since I went in August. Still an amazing trip though. I ended up seeing something similar to this in Switzerland.

    • Hi Annie, you probably missed the misty season, but as you said, the views are still beautiful. Glad that you were able to see similar views in Switzerland. Thanks for the comment🙂

    • Hi Summer, thanks so much for the nominations which I understand are important awards. I have decided not to pursue or accept any nomination / award during my retirement and for this reason, I have already turned down all similar awards. Knowing that my blog is read in many places of the world (over 160 countries) is already my biggest reward. Thanks for enjoying my posts and thinking of me for the nominations. Regards, Michael

    • I understand, and ofcourse I respect that. Thank you for all that you share with the whole world. Have a peaceful day

    • Thank you Max, those mist covered mountains do look like Eden gardens to me, in the old legends, they are places for fairies🙂

    • China is such a vast country and varied country, there are quite a few places worth visiting before they become too touristy. Thanks for the comment🙂

  3. This looks a lot like a part of the area my maternal ancestors came from according to the DNA test results I took – Daic and southeast Asian roots !

    • Yes, I took a test with 23andMe.com. I also found out that I have 3% Neanderthal DNA (the average of Asians is 2.8%). It’s fascinating and I have been having a lot of fun with it.

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