Karst Landscape in Guangxi, China

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Danny Xu on February 12, 2007

Such landscape abounds in Guangxi, China. This stunningly beautiful landscape is just right down a hill along a highway between Jingxi and Napo.

Snemann on February 13, 2007

A fairytale landscape!

poka-tut on March 9, 2007


Dianka Valentinova on April 8, 2007

mnogo krasivo nemam dumi

lacitot on April 12, 2007

Wonderful landscape!

Sonia Villegas on May 15, 2007

What a beautiful landscape... it's like a dream! In one month and a half I would be there...

wx on May 15, 2007

Amazingly wonderful fairytale place, with just a slight fog to enhance it. Congratulations!

0_- on May 24, 2007


freecitizen on May 31, 2007

I believe these are limestone hills. If it is and it is not gazetted for preservation, it would soon be mined for the high price its marble stone fetches. By-products are also mined to make cement.

freecitizen on May 31, 2007

Ah, I spoke too soon. As you can see on the left between the hills, some mining activity has already taken place. In another 50 years all these hills will be gone.

uptoyou on July 11, 2007

又见广西的山,亲切啊。 楼上所言有理,不过高gdp换高污染的做法也不是我们所希望的,美景必然常存。

飞鸟和鱼 on September 7, 2007


巍巍昆仑 on February 2, 2008


Gabriel on March 8, 2008

And for a long time I thought those chinese paintings were exagerated...

Gabriel on March 8, 2008

Huang Shan are even more awesome..

佳洁士 on April 25, 2008

如入梦中 色彩过渡得再好一些的话,会更美丽。

Vinko Rajic on June 30, 2008

Mountains in China are just incredible. You can't find anithing similar anywhere else in the world. Nice work.

Travel pacific islands

Yasser El-Rasoul on December 10, 2008

I agree, China has a very very beautiful nature on the world. Mountains, Rivers, Lakes, Buildings, People and everything.

Giorgio D'Arrigo on March 30, 2009

Excellent photo

Greetings from Italy

Itallica on August 15, 2009

Xie xie

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