When I was younger, I used to think that the clouds were like cotton candy and if I could fly up to the clouds one day, I would grab a piece of the clouds, let it melt in my mouth, float around a little longer and enjoy some more clouds. We went on another hike when we were up in the mountains. This time, we were so high up in the mountains, it almost seemed as if we were walking among the clouds. The clouds were drifting in and out of the forest as we walked further down the trail.
I probably sound like a broken record whenever I talk about the sights of Taiwan…it’s so beautiful it’s surreal. I’ve probably said that a million times already, but none of the photos I take could ever capture the exquisiteness of these places.
This is on our drive up to the mountains…I love how it’s almost a bit haunting yet it still has that subtle sense of tranquility.
That slight breeze and mist…so delicious and refreshing I could drink these clouds.
We accidentally wandered onto The Giant’s Lair. But seriously, doesn’t this look like a picture out of a fairy tale book?!
Super steep hike.
Nature has rewarded us in every way while we were here in Taiwan. As if the forest wasn’t majestic enough, we even get a grand sunset to savor and enjoy on the way home.
“You must learn one thing. The world was made to be free in. Give up all the other worlds except the one in which you belong.” ~David Whyte