National Resources: China’s Huangshan Mountains

February 23, 2012

By Conor Risch

© Jon Wyatt

In his images Jon Wyatt used the mists that gather regularly at Huangshan, one of its characteristic features, to create a sense of disorientation and disconnection. To see more images from his series "Huangshan Ltd," click on the Photo Gallery link below.

The pine-tree-blanketed, granite mountaintops of Huangshan, in China’s southeast, form one of the country’s most cherished landscapes, which the Chinese have celebrated in art and literature for more than a thousand years. Given the area’s history, some people would no doubt find it surprising that Huangshan is privately managed and listed on the Chinese stock exchange (though the Chinese government...

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