The Maolan National Nature Reserve in southwestern China is among the country's ten most beautiful forests, according to China National Geographic.
Located in Libo County in Guizhou Province, the reserve, known as the emerald of the earth's belt, covers an area of more than 200 square kilometers and has a forest coverage rate of more than 91 percent. Qinglong Waterfall is one of the most famous sights in the reserve, which is formed under the karst geological conditions with strong dissolution and permeability. Feast your eyes on these spectacular photos of the waterfall.
(All photos taken by Li Qiushi)
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