06 Guilin Limestone Peaks, China

Guilin is flat enough to cycle around and then these magnificent limestone peaks rise up in front of you.

Without a bridge, this is how the locals ferry goods across the river.

A cruise down the river, from Guilin to Yangshuo, passes through some of China's most magnificent scenery.

Nature has spent 70 million years perfecting the sculptures around this part of the Li River; revealing a landscape that is truly awesome.

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Lovely muted colours, amazing landscape
posted October 29th, 2017  
beautifully composed and captured ~ fav
posted October 30th, 2017  
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