Photographer's Note

Along the Yangtze there are a few structures where it seems that only by the river can you find access. This tucked away Inn, probably constructed some years ago, and construction may have come with some difficulty, seems natural along the river's passing. If the boat I was on had the ability, I would have liked to simply stop, go ashore, and climb a bit to explore this place. On a cool spring day from a top floor window, waking from a soft bed, one could watch the life of the river pass by. Toast and jam and some hot green tea in hand.

However it looks a bit rundown and may suffer as the water rises from the massive Yangtze Dam project. Most of these spots are now left empty. Image the spot when the water was less in height by nearly 140 feet. It will still rise some 45-50 feet here. What was China along this great river will be lost.

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Viewed: 1948
Points: 4
Additional Photos by David Reed Thomas (drt100) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 341 W: 74 N: 875] (4038)
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