Sunday, 13 May 2018

I Will Be The First To Admit,

I do not like heights,

 so even looking at his picture makes me feel a little uneasy, never mind the thought of walking on the side of this mountain, all of the pictures in this post are of China, looking down to the landscape below, in the one above people walk along a high cliff wall on a glass-floored sightseeing walkway in Zhangjiajie, Hunan Province, 

 looking down on Shanghai's Yu Yuan garden after a snowfall,

 terraced fields near Tiger-Mouth Village, Yuanyang, Yun'nan, 

 piles of unused shared bicycles which were collected by police after they blocked pathways, stand abandoned in a field in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province,

 a view of a frozen lake near Zhangjiakou in Hebei Province, northern China,

Fall colors in trees lining the waters edge in a small lake near Nanjing, if you enjoy looking at photographs like these, there are a lot more here at The Atlantic web site, what great photographs.

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