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Infrared photography is a new trend that prompted I to capture the Chinese Mountains in their most beautiful form. They look like another planet where everything is pink and mysterious.
In this vast depopulated zone hide many sand hills. Some unexpected wonders never failed to amaze me. Driving in the Qaidam Basin for a few days, I found these beautiful sceneries.
Shika Snow Mountain
The mountain has a total area of 25 square miles. The altitude of the highest peak is 14,598 feet above the sea level, while the lowest Napa Grassland is 10,728 feet above the sea level. The large variation in elevation and expansive area endow the Shika Snow Mountain with diverse and abundant flora and fauna that contribute.
"Emerald Lake" belongs to the magnesium sulfate subtype salt lake. It is the third largest artificial lake in Haixi Prefecture, covering an area of more than 26 square kilometers. It produces good quality potassium, magnesium, lithium and other elements. Because the salt bed is alternately and crystal-clear with light green, emerald green and deep blue lake water, the locals call it "Emerald Lake".
Pink is the delicate sweetness, tenderness and innocence. Pink is the supreme romance, elegance and nobility. Pink is a beautiful reverie, rendering the fragments of infinite imagination. Originated from the collision of nature and reality, pink brings out new possibilities, so as to present a more evolved aesthetic language. The truly addictive color lies not only in the appearance, but also the desire that can't be wiped off. Pink is nature, youth, unspeakable sexy, and creative soul that spills out of the four seasons.
The Monument Valley Geoscience Museum is located on the volcanic islands, Zhangzhou. It is located in the coastal zone from Qianting Town to Fotan Town in Zhangpu County, Fujian, about 50 kilometers away from Xiamen, Zhangzhou and Zhangpu County. The Monument Valley Geoscience Museum is a building with colorful exterior walls in the volcanic islands. The unique architectural style and well-organized architectural structure make people feel like they are staying in a perfect dream, and these dream-like scenarios are exist in reality.
Located in northwest China's Qinghai Province, Aiken Spring in the Gobi Desert is dubbed the "Devil's Eye." The water spewing out of the spring contains a high degree of sulfur, making the land around it barren. Aiken Spring is 647 meters deep, Is the deepest hot spring in Qinghai.
Developed during the Jurassic and the Tertiary period, it is a red rock system developed and formed in the Himalayan orogeny. With the uplift of the Earth's crust and the hillside retreated mainly through the collapse process. The remaining red sandstone has formed isolated strange rocks and stones after long-term weathering, exfoliation and water erosion.
A huge fried egg-like sulphur lake was seen on the Yardang landform in Mangya, northwest China’s Qinghai province.
In the region where Haixi and Dunhuang meet, there is a bewildering expanse of black Gobi hills. Qilian Mountains lie to its east and Lop Nur situates to its west. It has a typical plateau landform and due to the high altitude the climate is cold and windy all year round. In the autumn of 2020, I drove to this uninhabited land. Meeting my eyes was a weird, little-known landform that took its shape more than 75 million years ago, making it an explorer haven. The black Gobi consists of soft soil, very tricky for vehicular travel. Most of the region is not passable to vehicles, so I had to travel on foot. Along with the dusk always came the icy wind. The desert and the Gobi, bearing no vegetation, appeared in various shapes and continuously from the horizon. I hoped to explore this territory in my own way and record those beautiful moments.