生活采风 「天上瑶池」何曾见?洒落人...

「天上瑶池」何曾见?洒落人间现真容

「人间瑶池」美不胜收(travelsandphoto /instagram)

瑶池,这个在古代中国神话中,西王母所居住的地方,文字描述的简直是美不胜收。那么人间是否有「瑶池」呢?又在哪里呢?

中国就有一个「人间瑶池」,位于四川省北部阿坝藏族羌族自治州松潘县境内的黄龙风景区,在1992年成为世界自然遗产。

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黄龙景区内历经千百年形成的地表钙华蜿蜒在峡谷中,碧透斑斓的彩池,宛如五彩珍珠镶嵌在原始森林中。因为这里有许多彩池,随着周围景色变化和阳光照射角度变化,变幻出五彩的颜色,被美誉为「人间瑶池」。

而另一处,可以和「人间瑶池」媲美的就是土耳其西南代尼兹利省境内的棉花堡(Pamukkale)。

因为这个地区盛产棉花,当地的传说这雪白的梯田湖,是巨人用烘干了的棉花铸成的,棉花堡因而得名。棉堡高160米,长2700米。

 

泉水在富有碳酸盐矿物的梯田流动。棉堡的山顶坐落着著名的希拉波利斯(Hierapolis)古城,古城内可以看见古罗马时期的神庙和浴场。

在一千年前左右,人们就把棉花堡这里当作是旅游的好地方。进入20世纪以来,温泉的旁边建设了酒店,人们在温泉中泡澡时,使用洗发精和沐浴露之类的东西,让这天然雪白的棉花堡泛起了黄斑。

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于是土耳其政府开始着力保护这片珍贵的棉花堡,不再准许人们进入其中泡澡,在池边行走也要赤脚。那些岩石泛黄的湖,被吸干了水,希望太阳的照射,让它们恢复到原来雪白的样貌。

无独有偶,有着与棉花堡相似景观的,还有中国云南省香格里拉的白水台。同样是一处矿物质梯田湖的自然景观。

 

这粉装玉琢的白水台,在青山绿水的掩映之下,仿佛就是那九天仙女的梳妆台。晶莹的湖水中,或许正倒映着美丽的仙女面庞。

伊朗北部Mazandaran省的Badab Soort自然遗址,也同样是大自然的鬼斧神工的千年杰作。

Badab Soort的形成,来自于两种不同的泉水。一种是在春天就会有咸味的泉水,据说还拥有治疗风湿病的药用价值。另一种是富含氧化铁的酸味的橙色泉水。

 

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Badab-e Surt Iran's colorful terraces are a rare geological masterpiece.  Iridescent pools of water gather on beds of rust-colored travertine. The colorful puddles top each layer of rock at Iran’s Badab-e Surt, blanketing the naturally formed terraces and transforming them into an exquisite sight alight with fiery hues. The scenery is breathtaking. Badab-e Surt is a rare geological masterpiece, formed during the Pleistocene and Pliocene epochs. Only a handful of such places exist in the world. A similar natural wonder has already been lost. This site was crafted by nature after two different mineral hot springs spent thousands of years sending water bubbling down the mountain from over 6,000 feet above sea level. When the water cooled, it left behind its carbonate minerals in a jelly-like substance that eventually hardened to give the slope its current staircase shape. One of the hot springs spews salty water that’s said to have healing properties. Supposedly, it can cure ailments such as rheumatism and certain skin conditions. The other spring spurts a sour sediment full of oxide which gives the water its beautiful orange tint. The place gets its name from a combination of the Persian words for “gassed water” and the old name of the nearest village, which means “intensity.” When the light hits the terraces just right, it makes the puddles glow with the red, orange, and yellow tones found in the underlying rock. Reflections from the sky and clouds above will sometimes add swirls of blue and gray to the mix, creating a watercolor palette bursting with rich natural hues. #Iran #badabsurt #travel

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在数千年的时间里,两种泉水结合在一起,产生了许多橙色、红色和黄色的水池形状,形成一个梯田湖的地址风貌。

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“Badab-e Surt” A #Natural Wonder Contains Step Terraced Made of #Travertine. There’s a natural #wonder in #Iran, called Badab-e Surt situated in Mazandaran Province in northern Iran, 95 KM south of the city of Sari. The Iranian site comprises of wide range of stepped terraces made of travertine, a sedimentary #rock shaped more than thousands of years by deposition of carbonate minerals dissolved in #water flowing from #mineral hot springs. The #beautiful Badab-e Surt’s terraces are made happed due to two distinctive mineral #springs with dissimilar natural characteristics, situated at 1,840 meters above sea level. Badab-e-Surt is considered one of the most incredible sights in this #region that attracts millions of Iranian and #international #tourists to its eye-catching #nature scenery and fine #weather. #beinIran ?? #travel ✈️ #trip ? #journey ⛵️#civilization #Persia #mostbeautifulcountryintheworld ? #instatravel #traveling #traveler #tourism #vacation #BeautifulDestination #igtravel #roadtrip credit to : @manoochehr.malakooti

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新西兰毛利人的粉红色露台也被称为纹身岩石(Te Tarata),是新西兰的自然奇观。粉红色外观是由于水中富含锑和硫化砷等矿物质,经过千年的沉淀而形成的。当地人骄傲的称其为「世界第八大奇迹」。

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?????⛲️The Pink and White Terraces on the shores of lake Rotomahana in New Zealand’s North Island were considered to be the eight wonder of the world, and attracted tourists from around the globe. The Terraces are thought to have formed over 1000 years, as silica rich water flowed down the hillside from boiling geysers. The water cooled and crystallised into the terraces and pools, forming giant staircases or waterfalls. When Mount Tarawera erupted on June 10th, 1886, Lake Rotomahana also erupted, destroying the terraces and several other smaller villages including Te Wairoa. For more than four hours rocks, ash and mud bombarded the peaceful village. The Tarawera eruption changed the New Zealand landscape dramatically and resulted in the loss of around 150 lives. In February 2011 scientists announced that they had found what they believe to be part of the Pink Terraces, 60m under water in Lake Rotomahana. #pinkandwhiteterraces #newzealand #wondersoftheworld #volcano #rotomahana #eruption #tarawera #nzhistory #nature #art #history #naturaldisaster

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猛犸温泉这一壮观的地址风貌坐落在美国,并且与黄石公园是邻居。如果第一次看到猛犸温泉的照片,或许人们很难相信,这是真实存在的自然景观,因为这简直是太壮观了。

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Steamy Mammoth Hot Springs mornings ✌?

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猛犸温泉的露台山是世界上最大的碳酸盐沉积泉。数千年来,每天大约含有两吨碳酸钙的热水流入猛犸温泉,冷却后沉积成碳酸钙。

如果说中国与土耳其的梯田湖是粉装玉琢的仙女,那么这猛犸露台山,再配合变化莫测的天气,就有一种战神的威风凛凛,不可侵犯的庄严感。

领略完这些『人间瑶池』后,是否感受到了上天的恩赐呢?那我们就不要辜负这些美景,有机会的话,背起行囊,去体会这自然的造化。

 

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