Heavenly scenes after rainfall in China’s Zhangjiajie

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  • South China Morning Post published this video item, entitled “Heavenly scenes after rainfall in China’s Zhangjiajie” – below is their description.

    After hours of rainfall, the skies above Zhangjiajie in China’s central province of Hunan turned into a sea of clouds. The conditions added drama to the Unesco World Heritage Site known for its many sandstone pillars, rendering it into a magical scene often depicted in traditional Chinese ink paintings.

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