In early October 2014, I set foot on Ejin Banner, Inner Mongolia for the first time. Because of time limits, I became a member of the common "visit it" passengers. According to the plan that was made before departure, following the route to mark up all scenic spots on the planner. Although I went in a hurry and only skim the views, the magnificient beauty still shocked me who is from an inland city. The camera I brought with me even ran out of memory! But unfortunately, the hard drive where I deposited the photos was broken, the possibility to recover them is still uncertain. Luckly, some photos are saved in my phone.
Euphratica is praised to live a thousand years, stand for a thousand years after death, and preserve for a thousand years from decaying, meaning the tenacious and immortal life. In autumn, Euphratica has receded the greens in exchange of a golden cape, with thousands of postures, becoming a unique scenery in the desert of Ejin Banner.
The surface of the cresent-like Juyanhai Lakeripples, reeds grow on the lakeside, is the terminal lake of the inland river, Hei He River.
At the end of the natural reserve of Ejin Banner, the sand flying desert has an oasis. It was already at dusk when I arrive, the sun slides down, actually showing a scene of "the sun and the lone duck fly together, the autumn water and the sky share a color", so beautiful that one can't leave.
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