Thick bamboo forests span the banks of the Li River. Stalks tower up to 50 feet above the ground, each one rising independently and exploding with leaves at the top. The resulting vegetation is so thick that it looks like large trees with vertically extending branches from the river. Some of the bamboo stalks are white or multicolored, such as the ones in this close-up photo.

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