Deep into the Jungle Mists

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Daily Photo – Deep into the Jungle Mists

I was many kilometers down this river away from the town.  I got off my little boat to do some hiking up through the hills through the jungle. It was dense.  Even when there was a little opening, it still felt like leaves and vines were pressing in on me.  On occasion, I would see a wider break that let me see into the mysterious beyond.

Deep into the Jungle Mists I was many kilometers down this river away from the town.  I got off my little boat to do some hiking up through the hills through the jungle. It was dense.  Even when there was a little opening, it still felt like leaves and vines were pressing in on me.  On occasion, I would see a wider break that let me see into the mysterious beyond.- Trey RatcliffClick here to read the rest of this post at the Stuck in Customs blog.

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  • Stephen Clarke

    Hey! I’m the first one to comment!  How cool is that!

    Beautiful photo Trey.  Very mysterious… I wonder if that river winds its way through those mountains?

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_PRUZYIT5ASYXVXKFIVWVXFTL4U Susan

    Lovely shot – I think if I went to China – my first stop would be to go to the Li River! So peaceful!

  • http://366andallthat.wordpress.com/ MikeC366

    Trey, Great shot. I love the way the branches in the foreground draw you, into a background to die for. I’ new to your site, where is this? It looks like the kind of place I’d rummage, poke and explore like a victorian gentleman.
    Thanks for sharing this.
    Mike.

    http://366andallthat.wordpress.com/ 

  • Paul Yoh

    Wow! Amazing you got through the bamboo forests! I agree that the Li River area is one of the most amazing places I had seen anywhere…all we did was cruise down the river for half the day and I was enthralled.

  • Casper van Zyl

    One of my favourites the li River Guilin so many good shots have come from there, from many a famous photographer. Like Yunnan its as great a tourist attraction.

  • Anonymous

    I love the way the foreground draws the eye into the background. Amazing photo with great color and feel. 

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Tudor-Draghici/100002672327334 Tudor Draghici

    Trey I was wondering if there’s any chance you’d have the time to throw a look over some photos and give me some feedback. Your opinion would be much appreciated.

  • http://edithlevyphotography.com/ Edith Levy

    Stunning image Trey.

  • http://www.graffitivisuals.com/ Bill Dodd

    Very Pretty!  I love how the colors mute in the distance..

  • Anonymous

    cool – so you know what I mean!

  • Anonymous

    Thank you all :)

  • Anonymous

    I will try – sorry I am so busy

  • Anonymous

    Thanks!  It does – winds its way through hundreds of those mountains!

  • Anonymous

    This is in Guilin, south of China

  • Anonymous

    Beautiful, Trey.  I saved this one for future use as a desktop background.  Thanks so much!!  On to today’s post :-)

  • Paul Yoh

    I think the tour guide said it was 20,000 peaks…maybe I may remember wrong and misplaced some zeros…

  • Paul Yoh

    Looking at the context, you are right, winds through hundreds but there were about 20,000 in the area…

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