Raft on the Jade Dragon River, China
A man floats down the Yulong river
in a traditional bamboo raft.
It's a tributary of the Li, and is situated in absolutely lovely fantastic scenery in Guangxi Province. That magical wondrous topography in the background is one of the things that make this area so special. It's called karst, and is formed by slowly dissolving rock. I think the area here is technically kegelkarst, if you want something to think about while drifting down the quiet waters of the Jade Dragon.