PHOTOS Aerial scenery resembles painter’s palette in Southwest China’s Yunnan

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Aerial scenery resembles painter’s palette in Southwest China’s Yunnan

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14:02, May 03, 2020

This aerial photo shows scenery of the Dongchuan red land, known as a “palette” with various and magnificent colors, in Southwest China’s Yunnan Province. (Photos: Douban/Good night, Patrick Star)

This aerial photo shows scenery of the Xundian Yellow Slope in Southwest China’s Yunnan Province. The landscape is formed by a combination of the tilted landforms of Xundian Hui and Yi Autonomous County and the highways running through mountains.

This aerial photo shows the scenery of the Luoping Karst Landscape that takes shape because of the chemical corrosion of water on soluble rocks in Southwest China’s Yunnan Province.

This aerial photo shows the scenery of the Terraced Pu’er Tea Plantation in Southwest China’s Yunnan Province. The tea planted here is high in unit output, cost-effective and easy to manage. (Compiled by Xu Kai)

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