As we ascended HuaShan the mist started to dissipate.
What we saw in the cable car was mist inter-bedded in layers of mountains.
The sky hasn’t cleared up and we didn’t know what to expect at the other end of our cable car journey.
Going higher up, rain fell and the cable car windows became blurred.
I was happy to take some shots before it occurred.
I like viewing clouds from my windows at home.
I like viewing them when they are picturesque, watching them from below; gazing at them from above on an aeroplane at high altitudes,
from one side or from both sides now.
Here is a surrealistic view of the clouds from the West Peak of HuaShan, China.
I feel blessed to be able to have such a view when it rained continuously for several days and the sky was overcast when we started to hike up the mountains.