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(Photos taken on Oct. 6 show the breathtaking snowscape in Hami, Xinjiang)

Hami embraced its first snowfall of the season on Oct. 6. The snow mantles on the north slopes of the eastern part of the Tian Shan (“Mountain of Heaven”) mountain range are about half a meter thick.

The red larches contrast with the black Asian spruce, creating a mountain top of “red flames.” (Photo/ Sun Jihu)



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(Photos taken on Oct. 6 show the breathtaking snowscape in Hami, Xinjiang)

Hami embraced its first snowfall of the season on Oct. 6. The snow mantles on the north slopes of the eastern part of the Tian Shan (“Mountain of Heaven”) mountain range are about half a meter thick.

The red larches contrast with the black Asian spruce, creating a mountain top of “red flames.” (Photo/ Sun Jihu)



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\(Photos taken on Oct. 6 show the breathtaking snowscape in Hami, Xinjiang)

Hami embraced its first snowfall of the season on Oct. 6. The snow mantles on the north slopes of the eastern part of the Tian Shan (“Mountain of Heaven”) mountain range are about half a meter thick.

The red larches contrast with the black Asian spruce, creating a mountain top of “red flames.” (Photo/ Sun Jihu)


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(Photos taken on Oct. 6 show the breathtaking snowscape in Hami, Xinjiang)

Hami embraced its first snowfall of the season on Oct. 6. The snow mantles on the north slopes of the eastern part of the Tian Shan (“Mountain of Heaven”) mountain range are about half a meter thick.

The red larches contrast with the black Asian spruce, creating a mountain top of “red flames.” (Photo/ Sun Jihu)


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(Photos taken on Oct. 6 show the breathtaking snowscape in Hami, Xinjiang)

Hami embraced its first snowfall of the season on Oct. 6. The snow mantles on the north slopes of the eastern part of the Tian Shan (“Mountain of Heaven”) mountain range are about half a meter thick.

The red larches contrast with the black Asian spruce, creating a mountain top of “red flames.” (Photo/ Sun Jihu)


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(Photos taken on Oct. 6 show the breathtaking snowscape in Hami, Xinjiang)

Hami embraced its first snowfall of the season on Oct. 6. The snow mantles on the north slopes of the eastern part of the Tian Shan (“Mountain of Heaven”) mountain range are about half a meter thick.

The red larches contrast with the black Asian spruce, creating a mountain top of “red flames.” (Photo/ Sun Jihu)


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(Photos taken on Oct. 6 show the breathtaking snowscape in Hami, Xinjiang)

Hami embraced its first snowfall of the season on Oct. 6. The snow mantles on the north slopes of the eastern part of the Tian Shan (“Mountain of Heaven”) mountain range are about half a meter thick.

The red larches contrast with the black Asian spruce, creating a mountain top of “red flames.” (Photo/ Sun Jihu)


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