The shui aquarium in Sandu County, Guizhou Province, is located in the depths of the Yunnan-Guizhou Plateau. The forest is densely populated and sparsely populated, but the landscape is picturesque. It is the hometown of fish, rice and fruit in the Guizhou Plateau.
The aquarium believes in many gods, worships natural objects, and has an ancient script of its own nation, called "water book". The method of making words has pictograms, wills, etc., and you can see the god of worship in the village square. Aquatic text.
Entered a hundred-year-old aquarium house with a lot of totem patterns and aqua text, very mysterious. In the old villages, the old people dressed in national costumes were walking, the young people who worked in the farm, the puppies who were afraid of people, and the cats who curious about me as a foreigner, a quiet and peaceful scene.
Guizhou. Sandu. Nine moved to the aquarium festival, the ancient folk aqua folk festival, young men and women holding umbrellas, holding flowers to the slopes to sing, song and dance and play, singing love songs to find objects. The shy girls all cover themselves with umbrellas, and the daring men are chasing after them. There are several girls who surround a girl. The melodrama is staged here and is also known as the Valentine's Day in the East.
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The first village in Guizhou's itinerary is the Howe Water Village located 35 kilometers east of Sandu County. The water village is not a tourist attraction, but a place of ordinary dwellings. It is called a mystery because it is completely invisible to tourists. Dozens of aquariums live in the depths of this endless Miaoling, and have been born and produced from generation to generation. The original ecology here is well preserved, and the water book written by the aquarium is still guiding the life of the aquarium.
Guizhou is mountainous and there is not much arable land. In the minds of the aquarium, the best land should be used for farming, not for living. So you can see that their houses are built on top of the mountain, while the relatively flat places are used to build terraces.
Walking in the stockade, the dry-column wooden building is covered with a small blue tile. The aquarium claimed to be "(su)", and it was named after the birth of the Shushui River Basin. Therefore, the folks have the saying that "drinking water and becoming a scorpion". The road is not wide, and you can see that the aquarium is busy at home.
Aquarium, which has no commercial atmosphere, can't you come?
Howe Village is indeed an original and quaint old aquarium of the aquarium. At first it was thought to be a scenic spot after the Chineseization. I did not expect the residents here to really be a highlight of todays journey. It is hard to imagine today. There is such a primitive and quaint village! More than 200 households in Howe Village still maintain the dry bar architectural form of the southern dwellings.
The whole village bears the green hills, and the front is deep, and the terraced terraces are piled up by the foot of the mountain, and the momentum is magnificent. With the ups and downs of the mountain, the dwellings are cleverly distributed between the green pines and the cypresses, which combines the buildings with the mountains, water, springs, forests and pastoral areas to form a picture of the village is not seen in the mountains and the mountains are not seen in the mountains. The mountain village map!
No wonder here is also a place where photography enthusiasts must come, it is really beautiful! The people who climbed the slopes today ~
the stockade still live their traditional life. Wearing a costume full of their national characteristics in the field, I feel apologetic in my heart, for fear of disturbing this peace! There seems to be no commercial atmosphere at all, and our arrival is lively~
As the only surviving hieroglyphics in addition to Dongba, Shuishu was named a national intangible cultural heritage in 2006. This kind of text was passed down from generation to generation by Mr. Shui Shu, guiding the size of the daily life of the aquarium, just like the Huang Li. Mr. Shui Shu has a respectable position in the village. In Guizhou, there is usually a Mr. Shui Shu in the big stockade, and the small stockade may not have the husband who can interpret the water book. This kind of occupation was also called "ghost teacher" in the old days.
The local ordinary people will speak the water language, but they can't read the water book, and they can't understand the meaning of it. Such a water book has no printed version, but it is only passed on by hand, oral, and passed down from generation to generation. Because Mr. Shui Shu can understand the water book, he is called a person who can talk to ghosts and gods. Learning water books, three years for Xiaocheng, five years for Dacheng, now young people have no patience to learn these ancient cultures, and this treasure of aquarium knowledge only exists in the minds of the waters of the gentlemen, so the water book The inheritance has also become more and more difficult.
In addition to the hieroglyphic living fossil "Water Book", the aquarium has another living fossil, a traditional embroidery technique known as horsetail embroidery, which has been passed down from generation to generation by aquarists. Mawei embroidery is made of horsetail hair and is the first intangible cultural heritage of the country. Everyone in this ancient nation is a craftsman of nature. Even a thin ponytail can be turned into a beautiful handicraft in their hands. From now on, it has been passed down from generation to generation.
Sandu Travel Guide! More than a few treasures of the aquarium
three days later, three nights and three trips, the egg-laying cliffs and the village of the village have left a deep impression on me. The three are like the girls who are hiding, and they are not known to the outside world. The scenery is hidden between the mountains~## ##
The laying cliff is like a mystery of the world, falling off every 30 years on the cliff A stone egg, surrounded by a large circle next to the Buddha. There are countless immature egg tarts on the cliff that will fall to the ground over time.
Howe Village, surrounded by layers of rice fields, is more like a beautiful picture. In the autumn harvest season, the golden wheat waves reflect the small villagers of the aquarium and the Miao family. Such a place of the world, such a laity as I am even afraid to set foot.
I want to tell this good to everyone, but I am worried that too many people will disturb this peace and purity!