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Free online jigsaw puzzle of pools formed by calcite deposits in Huanglong, China. The pools are located near the southern part of the Minshan mountain range.

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retirenow14
Jan 16, 2020
How beautiful. I have never seen such a sight. Looks like massive cookie cutters placed in the water.
elijah13
Jun 10, 2016
So beautiful! Would love to be there!
elijah13
Feb 26, 2016
Pretty place
dbnc2
Dec 5, 2014
A pretty place
pixipixil
Sep 25, 2014
I love this scene but sure had a hardtime with the puzzle. That's ok. More time to be immersed in its beauty. I wonder if that water is hot of cold. My guess is it's from hot springs.
Have a lovely night. This was my leisure treat for the evening.
toadalove
Jun 1, 2014
Lovely!
JLong20755
Aug 11, 2013
Such a lovely place! At first glance I thought it was Mexico.
pixipixil
Apr 7, 2013
I would never have guessed this was in China. It looks like the American west. Of course if it were here some developer would have turned it into spa and you'd have to pay a bundle to get in. How I'd love to have a patio overlooking this valley. Could be time to brush up on my mandarin (ha ha). This is one I can say thank you twice for c4j.
mountainmama
Apr 7, 2013
I have a hard enough time with English let alone another language!
pixipixil
Apr 11, 2013
I was kidding about Mandarin. I can only speak one language although I did try to learn Chinese for a while. No luck at all.
mountainmama
Apr 12, 2013
I took a year of French in high school. Found out I really stink at it. There are a lot of Latino's where we live, I have pick up a tiny bit, not enough to amount to anything though.
pixipixil
Apr 13, 2013
I took Latin which helped with English grammar but since it had no spoken component I am left with only speaking English. I was trying to learn Chinese so when I did Oriental watercolors I could write a phase on the painting. None of the Chinese books were helpful so I thought I'd try Japanese which has similar painting styles but the language is easier. One problem, the language books teach a very prosaic vocabulary. I need a poetic one. Now I have an app on my tablet that translates any phrase from English to Chinese and writes it out.
It breaks the characters down stroke by stroke so I finally have a way to write a phrase like "Beautiful scenery gives joy to the soul" in Chinese calligraphy.
mountainmama
Apr 14, 2013
Our son-in-law is a Japanese national, I love to hear the language. It sounds almost musical.
pixipixil
Apr 15, 2013
How nice for you. maybe he can get you started on some easy stuff. One thing I love in Japanese is when someone leaves they say "Go and come back" I think it's itte rasshai. It's such a polite language--so incredibly thoughtful of others.
jldenney
May 8, 2013
There are probably thousands of people who would love to have a patio overlooking this beauty and are willing to pay a great price for it, here comes the developers.
pixipixil
May 9, 2013
Oh yuck. They've ruined our area. We had little hills around our hamlet that had been woods and farms. No they are hill to hill houses.
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