Guilin, China
Down the Li River


Like images from a "lost world" movie, these low hanging rain clouds being ripped and torn by the pinnacle and peaked remnants of these karsted limestone mountains provide a surreal and fantasy feel to a trip down the Lijiang River.

When you think of exotic topographic landforms in China, in many cases you are thinking of the water sculpted mountains and hills surrounding Guilin. Here we are traveling down the Li (Lijiang) River from Guilin to Yangshou. It is a rainy day which adds to the mysteriousness of the vistas and piques the imagination.


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