This is a sequel to my last post.
The steep cliff overlooking the Yangtze River is just striking. The river level was raised due to the impounding of water by the Three Gorges dam.
Just imagine what it was like when the river was a lot lower!
Not sure why the theme for this week’s Photo Challenge has not been announced.
The Three Gorges situate in the middle reaches of the Yangtze River China,
Some of the best views can be seen cruising on this section of the Yangtze.
Here are a couple of photos showing typical edges of the silt laden Yangtze River.
Many of these are steep sided gorges as evidenced in my photos.
The sun was setting and there were layers of the gorges of different shades of colour in front of me.
The breeze was gently caressing my face; if not for that, it didn’t occur to me that the place is real.
It is sort of picture that one can travel through.
Here are two photos which talk to each other.
Both were taken on a boat.
The sea at Milford Sound was a bit choppy and the scene a bit dark.
I rather like the Three Gorges one which depicts sunset and calm waters.