Tibet Nyingchi Buddha Palm Dunes. Located on the north bank of the Brahmaputra River, near the Brahmaputra Grand Canyon, the Buddha Palm Dunes are named for their shape as the hand-in-hand Buddha Palm. In fact, because the dunes are in the strong wind mouth area of the middle and lower reaches of the Brahmaputra, the wind is such as hurricane in the late autumn to late spring. The sand that appears on the river bed before and after the dunes due to the dry season is blown and transported and accumulated year after year, thus forming this special landscape.
This landscape is located on the road from Nyingchi to the Grand Canyon of Brahmaputra. Named for the unique shape of the surrounding hills and Brahmaputra River. Stop for photos at this observation deck. Views are great.
This sand dune is another kind of landscape of Tibetan style, and another kind of expression of landscape. Its uniqueness is the diversity of Tibetan scenery, and it attracts eye with another kind of vision.
3.26 The car continues to drive forward, and the Tibetan houses and the peach blossoms that are beginning to appear on the roadside can be seen. Soon it was the first attraction: the Buddha palm dune, it was amazing to have a dune on the edge of such a landscape tree, it was free, it was across the dune to view the water, and walking up the observation deck was passing a specialty store, But I don't know why. There are so many bugs in Milin in March. I found countless flies coming when I took a photo at the observation deck. I don't know what the bug is.
"Buddha Palm Sand Dunes" is located in the foothills of the north bank of the Yarlung Zangbo River. Whenever there are dry seasons, there are often river sand exposed in the nearby rivers, which are blown by strong wind year after year, gradually forming this huge abrupt sand dune on the river bank. The key is that this landscape needs certain conditions to be reflected at any time, so it needs a certain viewing position and angle regardless of whether there is river water.
Preston_Dominguez: Danniangxiang, Mainling, Nyingchi, Tibet, China