On a sunny winter’s day – amid a chill breeze – we clambered thru dry fields, towards the pinnacles of the Zeng Shan Mountains.
Some mountaintops were fortresses dating from ancient times, with rock carvings of Buddha, crumbling walls, a gate between cliffs, and drinking troughs, remaining.
However, a clear history seems obscure. In more recent times Zeng Shan was used by rebel armies during the Ming (1368–1644 AD) and the Qing (1644–1912) dynasties.
Amid the pinnacles, caves and ancient tombs. On this day I was hiking with my GF – Wei.
Travels in China – 2015