Yangshou ! Cr@zy place

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It was only about 100 Degres and 90 % humidity. An 80 year old lady weighing in at about 84 1/2 pounds followed us to the top only to sell us water for 25 Cents. This place is one hour south of Guilin China. See Picture of old lady in comment below.

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  1. Latvian98 70 months ago | reply

    Awesome panorama! Cool story too!

  2. InnAtElmwood 59 months ago | reply

    any idea how these hills were formed; are they rock or dirt; very unique combination of light and color.

  3. Lichtenstein 56 months ago | reply

    no puede ser mas hermosa !! felicitaciones

  4. Andy Watson1 56 months ago | reply

    Excellent landscape!

  5. jihemu 56 months ago | reply

    色彩想中国的山水画

    很有意境

  6. Mr.Ygriega 55 months ago | reply

    Fantastic view!!

  7. tommy3lions 54 months ago | reply

    Awesome, I was in Guilin 3 years ago, the li River was awesome, nice shot.

  8. R.J.N.W 53 months ago | reply

    So beautiful :)

  9. craigkass 51 months ago | reply

    Great view...I too was there in August w/ the heat and humidity and recall this woman chasing me to buy water.

  10. Hanzo STD 47 months ago | reply

    Precious, he me resembles dragon ball

  11. michellerlee 35 months ago | reply

    Cool photo! I think I've been here before... If it's the same place I think it is, I remember taking a ferry ride to this small village from Guilin.

  12. Riccardo Brig Casarico 31 months ago | reply

    Molto bella ... complimenti !!
    un saluto,
    Riccardo

    See my recent photo

  13. kalendorija 3 months ago | reply

    So beautiful!

  14. sdk002 3 months ago | reply

    Nice shot!

  15. gailpeters 3 months ago | reply

    What do you call this type of hill, Taylor? Reminds me of Karst "mogotes" here in PR. Seen in Empire Avenue Flickrs - Please come visit my stream!

  16. terrinakamura 3 months ago | reply

    This one is great!

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