Huang Long is a park in the Sichuan province of China which is famous for its natural travertine deposits. Travertine is that pretty buildup of calcium carbonate you see in stalactites and other cave formations - but here it's outside, laid down by streams that run through the park! This travertine forms a beautiful system of natural terraces and waterfalls:
Huang Long is in the mountains of northern Sichuan, an area inhabited by Tibetans. Here's the highest place I went, above the timber line:
For more about Huang Long and other parts of Sichuan, try my economics diary. Also check out my photos of Jiu Zhai Go.