Spectacular cloud sea scenery emerged on Mt. Huangshan at the dusk of November 17, 2010, providing a casual visual feast to tourists and photographers on the mountain.
Spectacular secenery of Huangshan cloud sea
A wine sun was sinking down into a rolling cloud sea, lingering with sunshine flickers on the vast sea which integrated with the sky in the far. With several towering peaks in the far and bizarre stones & pine trees in the near, visitors felt like traveling in a fairyland.
Fascinating cloud sea and sunset views
Benefited from the mountain's unique geographical advantages, Huangshan earns itself a name "Home of Cloud & Mist".The amazing scene of cloud sea often emerges in two periods in a year: June to September; November to March, especially after a rain or a snowfall. This time the wonder showed up short after a rain was over.
Huangshan, a fairyland on earth
According to the local weather forecast, Huangshan will be cloudy, with small mount rainfall, in the recent days.It means climatic conditions and a high probability to enjoy the incredible Sea Cloud of Huangshan.
Ancient scrolls of Chinese landscape paintings of high mountains, ancient pines, bizarre rocks, and seas of clouds come alive at Huangshan Mountain in southern Anhui Province. Recently listed on UNESCO's World Cultural and Natural Heritage List, Huangshan Mountain is a testament to the beauty that only nature can create. As beautiful as Huangshan Mountain is, there is much more to offer visitors than just the mountain. Nearby Huangshan City, and the ancient villages of Hongcun and Xidi are not to be missed sites on anyone's itinerary to China. The ancient villages of Hongcun and Xidi have both been listed on UNESCO's World Cultural Heritage List. Most noteworthy is the way that these two villages has been beautifully preserved offering visitors a glimpse into what China was like during the late Qing Dynasty.
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