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This rock formation is not obvious. When I was there, I happened to see a sign with a picture & explanation. Look out for the rock which resembles the tip of a Chinese calligraphy brush. I just take a photo and move on.
I saw this on my last day on Huangshan.
I was actually on my way out of the park. I had stopped to take pictures of the valley there, because it was so striking!! I noticed that there was a sign talking about the rock...More
It is a place our guide stopped on our tour of Huangshan mountain. It is unique but perhaps a bit overrated as many tourists groups are there as well. I enjoyed more the spots that aren't littered with selfish tour groups.
The sharp-pointed stone peak, looking a bit like a Chinese calligraphy brush, topped with a small pine tree, is a perpetual attraction for visitors, especially since it is relatively accessible. But... hate to tell you.... it isn't entirely "natural". While indeed a pine tree once...More
this pine is growing at the very tip of a straight stone, similar to a chinese calligraphy brush, a nature bonsai in the group of the peaks. its in the beihai hotel area and close to yungu cable car station
Bishenghua is essentially a curiously-shaped rock with a pine tree growing on its top. The rock resembles a tip of a Chinese calligraphy brush. There are many curious sights on the way up the mountain, but this one happens to be conveniently located right in...More