'Starry, starry nights' over Sanqing Mountain

Updated: 2017-09-22

Photos taken on the night of Sept 17 to early morning of Sept 18 show stars filling the night sky over Sanqing Mountain in Jiangxi province. With beautiful clouds, mist and strange-shaped pine trees, Sanqing Mountain— the "Three Pure Ones" in Chinese — is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a fairyland far from the hustle and bustle of city life. [Photo/China News Service]

Photos taken on the night of Sept 17 to early morning of Sept 18 show stars filling the night sky over Sanqing Mountain in Jiangxi province. With beautiful clouds, mist and strange-shaped pine trees, Sanqing Mountain— the "Three Pure Ones" in Chinese — is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a fairyland far from the hustle and bustle of city life. [Photo/China News Service]

Stars fill the night sky over iconic Snake Rock on Sanqing Mountain in Jiangxi province. With beautiful clouds, mist and strange-shaped pine trees, Sanqing Mountain — the "Three Pure Ones" in Chinese — is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a fairyland far from the hustle and bustle of city life. [Photo/China News Service]

Photos taken on the night of Sept 17 to early morning of Sept 18 show stars filling the night sky over Sanqing Mountain in Jiangxi province. With beautiful clouds, mist and strange-shaped pine trees, Sanqing Mountain— the "Three Pure Ones" in Chinese — is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a fairyland far from the hustle and bustle of city life. [Photo/China News Service]

Stars fill the night sky over iconic Snake Rock on Sanqing Mountain in Jiangxi province. With beautiful clouds, mist and strange-shaped pine trees, Sanqing Mountain — the "Three Pure Ones" in Chinese — is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a fairyland far from the hustle and bustle of city life. [Photo/China News Service]

Photos taken on the night of Sept 17 to early morning of Sept 18 show stars filling the night sky over Sanqing Mountain in Jiangxi province. With beautiful clouds, mist and strange-shaped pine trees, Sanqing Mountain— the "Three Pure Ones" in Chinese — is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a fairyland far from the hustle and bustle of city life. [Photo/China News Service]

 

 

 

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