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Photographer captures splendid scenery deep in the desert

chinadaily.com.cn | Updated: 2017-04-19 07:00

A long line of camels walk in the Badain Jara Desert in North China at dawn. The photo was taken in 2012. [Photo by Zuo Zhulin/photoint.net]

The vast expanses of deserts tend to inspire imaginations with its spectacular scenery.

From afar, the sand ridges and peaks look like a wandering dragon. Taking a closer look, sand peaks are like rolling sand waves.

The desert sands are moved by the wind creating almost a rhythm, and the camels roaming across it are like small musical notes in the symphony of nature.

Zuo Zhulin, a member of the China Photographers' Association, has captured the fantastic scenery in photos by going deep into the desert.

His photos offer people a sense of tranquility and soul-stirring beauty.

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