Yangtze River is the largest in China and the third largest in the world with a length of 3,915 miles. Stretching from a land of remote mountains and arid plains in Tibet, it winds its way through canyon gorges to fertile regions of connecting lakes and waterways. The Yangtze’s gorges are the highlights on the river’s course. And of course there is the Three Gorges Dam, the largest dam and hydroelectric power plant in the world.
Fenhuang is an old town in Hunan province, China, with a history spanning 1,300 years, and architecture dating back to the Ming and Qing dynasties. It is well-known for its stilt houses, folk culture, ethnic groups and fantastic landscape. The town is placed in a mountain setting, incorporating the natural flow of water into city layout. Fenghuang means Phoenix in Chinese language and it represents good omen and longevity in Chinese mythology.
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Excelsior Geyser Crater drains into the nearby Firehole River. The river was named by early trappers for the steam that makes it appear to be smoking as if on fire.
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These pink lakes are a natural phenomenon, the result of certain algae found in sea salt fields. When the temperature is high enough and adequate light conditions are provided, the algae-rich waters will turn rose pink and sometimes, even red.
Reindeer inspired lamp. Using conventional things around the hose like bottles and a dab of creativity can create a work of art. See more