Huangshan Mountains, Anhui Province, China

Posted by Ziren (Singapore, Singapore) on 19 July 2011 in Landscape & Rural and Portfolio.

Mount Huangshan, a prominent peak in the central-southern province of Anhui of China, stands 1840m tall. Its picturesque and rocky peaks have long been renowned features in many ancient Chinese paintings. [Photo #5 of the series "Tranversing China"]

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alex centrella from California, United States

wow..this is amazing shot ...wish i was there shooting also ..thanks for the share ..

19 Jul 2011 3:50pm

Anne from 新加坡, Singapore

BEAUTIFUL ! great shot..and this is a gorgeous place I would love to visit one day.. :)

27 Jul 2011 10:12am