Friday, May 30, 2008

Emei Shan: Sunrise on The Golden Summit





We went to bed late and got up early for the sunrise. At first we thought we would have to get up around 4:30 am but then we were reminded that there are no time zones in China. We got to sleep in until around 6:00 am instead and were treated to a beautiful sunrise. I thought how lucky we were since the tour books say the fog is often so thick you can barely see over the edge of the mountain.
Top Right: Sunrise on Emei Shan.
Middle: Mark Van Loan contemplating the sunrise.
Top Left: Another view of sunrise.
Bottom: An early morning view of the Temple on the ridge.

1 comment:

Ricky Peterson said...

Thanks for this post.Emei Shan a mountain that rises from earth at a height of approximately 3,099 m. This is most heighten mountain from the Four scared Buddhist Mountains. Mount Emei Sunrise and Cloud Sea is the most tourist attraction place.There are almost thirty old temples located on Emei Shan. People come here with messed up mind but then go with the open mind. For more details refer Emeishan