Thursday, March 26, 2009

Skywatch Friday #37: Mountain Cabbage Field


PinTai is small mountain top half way up the central mountain range of Taiwan. We can reach it by driving along Langyang River from the Northeast coast of Taiwan. The wet air from Pacific ocean on the east moves up the mountain and creates a wet and cold climate in the region. The sky and air are almost always misty. It is a perfect condition to grow cabbages. They taste sweeter and juicier than those grown on the lower ground.

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9 comments:

Carol said...

Beautiful photo...the green is so crisp and clear...and I love the misty mountains...

Syaa_Fiqq said...

Green fresh cabbage, nice shot! and beautiful sky watch. Look like its gonna rain ..

uncleawang said...

Fresh and green,wonderful !!!healthy vegetable.

Sylvia K said...

What a delightful photo! Beautiful green, fresh cabbage and lovely, misty skies for a background! Wow! Just doesn't get any better than that! Thanks so much for sharing!

Bryan said...

You have some beautiful photos here. I've been to Taiwan a few times to visit family, and many of these photos remind me of my time there. I think I may need to go back again.

Lightfoot said...

The cabbage is a much underrated vegetable - you've made it into a work of art

CTG Ponies said...

Beautiful!

Arija said...

Love the mist on the mountains with the lush green in front.

Marc said...

Great shot! It shows how beautiful cabbage can be, even though normally we would never think of that.

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