This is the land which inspired Avatar.
We were strolling among the mist; viewing the strange forest of limestone columns.
There were so many tall columns, some of which do look like those from Avatar.
I was especially interested in this column top where they have trees on top.
This is just another fairy tale story!
So beautiful. I can see how it would inspire a movie. Love your photo angle.
Thanks for the comment， Rusha！
where is this?
Zhangjiajie is awesome and I want to go there again if I can. Simply love the National Park but unfortunately our guide are not so keen on this National Forest so we only had been to here for only a few hours – the two times we were there.
Amazing beautiful capture and have a wonderful Tuesday, Michael.
Need to go there on a misty day， dont have much control though.
Wow!! okay I will make a note of this la..
Have a great week!
Same to you Michael.
looks like a terrarium but a giant one.
Yes， quite right.
Mystic land. Mists, ledges and trees looking surreal and out of place – but like they could be no other place
Well said， you have covered all the elements of the photo.
So beautiful yet impossib
So， make it possible！
Incredible photo Michael! Other-worldly.
Great to hear from you!
I’ll add that to my ever increasing list of places to visit – so many places, so little time!
Make time for this!
What a wonderful, mysterious, mystic scene to have witnessed for yourself!
Yes, Sue, it was a wonderful experience!
Wow….magic in the air 🙂
Thank you, David!
WoW!!! This is a wonderful one!!! My congrats!!!
Thank you so much, thanks also for the continued support!
There’s magic in the air.
Yes, truly magical!
I love the view just like many of them who posted here
I am glad that you like the posts on my blog, Allan!
This is breathtaking!
Thank you, Joan!
Your photographs are so amazingly beautiful and are of the unknown distant lands to me. This picture simply draws me towards it, to escape the daily rising temperatures of this place where I live.
Thanks you for sharing the mystically beautiful picture that so reminds me of the hill stations in North India.
I hope my pictures have a cooling effect on you， giving you some inner peace too！
Awesome photo take Michael….simply breathtaking!!😊
Glad that you like tge photo， Garfield！
What a beautiful picture!
Thank you, Mick!
Reblogged this on NoelG.
Thanks for reblogging this on!
That is simply amazing!!
Thank you, Nora!
Excellent photo Michael…love it too. I went there a few years ago and thought it was one of China’s most spectacular places here is the link in case you wish to take a look
Thanks for sharing the link!
Thank you Michael for checking it out.
A very nice picture. Can one walk all the way to the point?
No, it is not possible. Or maybe the answer is – not unlikely, given the big mist, I cannot see any land linkage to the point.
What a blessing to be able to see such amazing creations with your own eyes! Thrilling Michael! And yet the Bible says “eye has not seen, ear has not heard, neither entered into the heart of man the things that God has prepared for them that love Him.”
I have been thinking of you Michael. I have not been receiving your posts in a while. I guess wordpress is having a problem with their mailing system. Its great to see you today. How is your mother?
I think the WordPress Follow system has some problems, it soon lost the following.
I am now a care giver for my mom. As such, I don’t leave this place for any long periods. You haven’t missed much from my blog; I am only repeating some of the themes and showing some photos which I didn’t venture to show in the past.
Mom’s disease is unlikely to be curable. Every day, I pray to the Lord and also St. Peregrine, Saint for cancer patient hoping that God will have mercy on mom and she will be given the grace of a happy death.
She will receive her CT scan report in a day’s time, I hope there is nothing in there we cannot battle against.
I thank you again for praying for us at a time when I felt despair and needed some spiritual support. Regards, Michael
An interesting invitation to hike out on that beautiful point of land. I’m not sure I’d be up to walking. Breathtaking!
A wonderful place to be there.