MiYiSuo 107: 22 Bend Road, Bai Yin, China
周怡薇/ ZHOU Yiwei
Climbing as a lying dragon，
it is the flowing blood in The Yellow River stone forest park.
The road stretches out from the foothill,
and climbs alongside the jagged hill.
What used to be the staircase to heaven,
now is a gently climbing highway "ribbon".
The gray flowing into the ochre,
the coiled road growing out of the cliff,
It is the initiation and oath of artificial intervention in nature.
The village and the scenic are linked by 2.3km in length.
The road lifts up from the village with 150m of elevation difference.
The old rift wall was closed up by 22 sharp turns.
vehicles go towards the opposite direction at a higher level,
climbing up back and forth.
As horizon goes up,
experience as well gradually stands out
from the village, the lowlands, and everyday life.
The Yellow River Stone National Geological Park
in Jingtai Conty, Bai Yin, Gansu Province.