There’s more to see...
Come take a look at what else is here!
Visit site
  • Trish Yates

    Immortal Bridge : Mount Tai ( China ) The Immortal Bridge is composed of three huge amazingly balanced rocks and several smaller ones. Below it is a valley and to the south is a seemingly bottomless abyss. No one knows quite when these enormous rocks fell in to their current place but it is quite likely they have been like this since the last ice age.

  • Angela Herrmann-Thai

    Beidge between a Rock and a Hard Place in New Zealand

  • Gary Zajac

    Photo: The Immortal Bridge, a rock formation @ Mount Tai, China.


    Natural Stone Arc

  • Sierra B

    I would bound across it without a second thought. This is The Immortal Bridge located on Mount Tai in the Shandon Province of China. It is composed of three huge rocks and several smaller ones. The bridge, which has been like this since the last ice age, spans over a valley and a seemingly bottomless abyss.

Related Pins

I love rock balancing. Very calming and centering activity.

Andy Goldsworthy >> Goldsworthy does the most incredible work in Nature and with Nature.

Scotland - environmental art by Andy Goldsworthy. Pile of multicoloured stacked in the form of a pyramid at the beachside

artpropelled: Andy Goldsworthy Photograph by Richard Shilling

Andy Goldsworthy,I would love to have the time to make some earth artworks.

andy goldsworthy is amazing. "Rivers and Tides" should be required viewing for all art enthusiasts.

One of Andy Goldsworthy's sheepfold project installations dotted around Cumbria. Riverstone Fold at Deadman's Gill near Middleton-in-Teasdale, taken November 6, 2008

Andy Goldsworthy - dig a hole, find a place that you can look 'underneath' or work underneath a surface.

Andy Goldsworthy

Andy Goldsworthy Yes, I arrange these just because--but never like this.