For more than three decades, the celebrated photographer Wang Wusheng has been captivated by the magnificence of Mount Huangshan, also known as the Yellow Mountains. As shown in this lavishly produced volume featuring a collection of 122 stunning images, largely in duotone, here are mist-shrouded, granite peaks emerging from an ever-changing veil of clouds, sculptural craggy rocks, cool springs on lofty cliffs, and weathered, oddly-shaped pine trees, depicted in all seasons. Wang Wusheng's images are so exceptional that they look like paintings. Accompanying the photographs are two essays about the art history and natural history of the Yellow Mountains.

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