The view from our hotel room window.
Sunset in Wuyi Shan.
We took a walk through a neighborhood just below our hotel.
The whole place was so photogenic, but I felt discourteous taking pictures of people in their exquisite poverty.
So I covertly popped shots of these corridors and doorways.
Though people in China have no compunctions about taking photos of us all the time.
But it's different because we are the visitors here; we have brought the sight-seeing to them.
This is the pivotal generation where people are able to get involved in the international technology scene.
Many of the people in this place had never seen a foreigner before, so we obliged thier stares as we stared back.
Bamboo rafts on the Nine Bends River on the way up to Tian You peak.
A frog we saw in a cave created by stacked giant rocks.
Across from the Fairy Bathroom and the steps up the mountain, this is the path not taken.
View of the Nine Bends River as we ascend.
Hello from Wuyi Shan! Shall I stand in your view?
The Umbrella Parade up the mountain. National week is the height of the tourist season for Wuyi Shan.
There must have been at least ten thousand people passing through here this day, conservative estimate.
More and more Chinese people are finally finding themselves with a disposable income,
and so now that they are able, they would like to travel and start by exploring more of their own country.
Wuyi Shan is particularly famous in Fujian Province for its natural scenic attractions.
Mitch waves from the Umbrella Parade. He can has sunburn? Bring bumbershoot!