App | 中文 |
HOME >> NEWS >> PHOTOS

Rape flowers field in shape of ‘bagua’ seen in China’s Anhui

Updated: Mar 25,2015 11:39 AM     Xinhua

Photo taken on March 24, 2015 shows a field of rape flowers in the shape of “bagua” or Eight Trigrams, the eight combinations of three whole or broken lines which were used by ancient Chinese people in their divination, in Qiyun Mountain, east China’s Anhui province.[Photo/Xinhua]

Photo taken on March 24, 2015 shows a field of rape flowers in the shape of “bagua” or Eight Trigrams, the eight combinations of three whole or broken lines which were used by ancient Chinese people in their divination, in Qiyun Mountain, east China’s Anhui province.[Photo/Xinhua]

Photo taken on March 24, 2015 shows a field of rape flowers in the shape of “bagua” or Eight Trigrams, the eight combinations of three whole or broken lines which were used by ancient Chinese people in their divination, in Qiyun Mountain, east China’s Anhui province.[Photo/Xinhua]

VIDEOS