Photographer's Note

This is my second post of the Reed Flute Cave, in Guilin, the colours here are a little different. Unfortunately, I couldn't take the photos I wanted because I had no tripod with me and that means that I had to look around to find a support.
This cave is called Reed Flute Cave because of the reed that could be found near this place, which was used to make flutes. Today, this cave is a real tourist attraction in the area. Inside, it's possible to identify lots of formations, which are iluminated by colourful lights, as we can see here.

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