China’s Unusual Landforms
Earth Bears Witness
This is a mountain scene in Dazhou, Sichuan Province, which looks like having a pair of semi-closed eyes.
Stone Bridges Made by Nature
A naturally formed rock arch bridge in Mt. Taihang in Hebei Province.
Karst landscapes are typically seen in China’s southernmost provinces Guizhou, Guangxi and Yunnan. It is rather unusual to find this special landform in a region as north as Hebei.
Another naturally formed stone bridge in Mt. Taihang that situats in China’s northern inland provinces Henan (meaning South of Yellow River) and Hebei (meaning North of Yellow River).
According to scientific research, Anyang in Henan and Handan in Hebei were coastal regions by the Yellow Sea 7,500 years ago.
A rock near a mountain village in Shandong Province in east China looks like a Hong Kong judge with a wig …😅