Photo Story : Taiwan – Part 2

Driving by pacific coastline in Taiwan is a memorable experience and you would not like to miss any moment of it, for sure. After enjoying the natural beauty at Taroko Gorge along with dark, hot coffee on Sunday morning, I was convinced that Taiwan cannot have anything more beautiful to offer. But as I said in first post, being proven wrong is something I like the most.

Located at the east coast of Taiwan, Qinghsui Cliff is considered as eighth wonder of Taiwan.

Not known about the fact, I was looking forward to reach to Taipei city by evening. When the driver stopped by the parking area and asked to walk by the cliff, I was wondering what could be special about it…

And here I was…..While walking on the black charcoal road and looking at clouds kissing mountain peaks; I could hear that lovely rhythm from Pacific again.

and that moment of AHAAA…..Those color tones from cliff and Pacific along with blue sky made the loveliest combination…

Knowing how Taiwan was formed was interesting…

The observation deck, where I can stand still for hours, looking the ocean blended in sky..

Splendid view of ocean hugging the tall mountains every moment, was magical.

Every step of the walk is picturesque and you don’t want to stop clicking…

Occasionally you hear the train whistling, at the bottom of cliff and I could imagine the joy of passengers enjoying the coastline from train.

And matching with blue and white colors of ocean and sky, I too did not miss out on opportunity of having beautiful picture here…

More about Taiwan……Tune in 🙂