Hukou Waterfall: The Yellow Waterfall In China

Waterfallsssss! Today’s post is about a wee waterfall located in China – its name is Hukou Waterfall. The thing with the particular waterfall is its size: It is just 30 meters wide, going up to 50 meters during flood season, and only 20 meters tall. Despite its size the waterfall is the largest waterfall on the Yellow River & the second largest waterfall in China.

According to Wikipedia:

Just below the waterfall, there is a shining stone called guishi (鬼石). What makes the stone mysterious is that it moves up and down according to the water level. No matter how large the water volume, it is still at least partly visible.

Scroll down and enjoy dear Lazy Penguins. “H/T”: leenks

The Yellow Waterfall In China

The Yellow Waterfall In China

The Yellow Waterfall In China

The Yellow Waterfall In China

The Yellow Waterfall In China

The Yellow Waterfall In China

The Yellow Waterfall In China

The Yellow Waterfall In China

The Yellow Waterfall In China

The Yellow Waterfall In China

The Yellow Waterfall In China

The Yellow Waterfall In China

The Yellow Waterfall In China

The Yellow Waterfall In China

The Yellow Waterfall In China

The Yellow Waterfall In China

The waterfall is also called Hukou (literally, “flask mouth”) Waterfall.

The Yellow Waterfall In China

The Yellow Waterfall In China

The Yellow Waterfall In China

The Yellow Waterfall In China

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