There is a mine garden in Wusong Pao Taiwan Wetland Forest Park, which is very beautiful. When I approached, I felt like I was in the Huanglong Scenic Area of Jiuzhaigou for a moment. The blue-green water and swaying reeds made it a paradise.
The mine pit garden in Shanghai Chenshan Botanical Garden can be said to be the essence of Chenshan Botanical Garden. The waterfall is splashing in the half waist of Chenshan, the lake under the sun is turquoise, and the green branches and red flowers protruding from the cliff are very beautiful.
Mine Garden is an attraction in Wu Songpao Taiwan Wetland Park. If you enter the wetland park near the entrance of Baoyang Road, then this should be the first attraction you come to (barbecue spots are not counted).
Standing on a high platform and looking at the mine garden, you can see an artificial waterfall underneath, one by one white pools are connected, the blue-green pool water is sandwiched between the green plants on both sides, and the leaves change between red, yellow and green in autumn. At the same time, there are patches of reeds, the color Sa is beautiful.
Originally I thought this was an artificial attraction, but after reading the introduction on the side of the pool, I realized that this is really a mining site. The sunken area is indeed a mine, and the bottom of the pool is white and the water is blue-green. Of course, after mining, the various physical components in the steel slag left over form different chemical reactions.
Nice place to visit, nice place to visit
Great place to pay attention to, great place to pay attention to
Great, beautiful scenery, refreshing, beautiful
A very interesting place to visit.