The View From the End of the Great Wall of China. Given that the wall stretches for over 5,500 miles, there's quite a bit more that you almost never see. While the tourist areas are well-maintained and often renovated, much of the wall has been left to rot and is now being reclaimed by nature.
The Great Wall of China: Slithering like the tail of a dragon, the Great Wall of China still stands as a testament to the power and wonder of ancient China. The Wall can be seen from Space and has been named as one of the NEW 7 Wonders of the World.
Photograph by Carsten Peter :: Cascades of mammoth ferns flourish in the humid air trapped between the narrow walls of Claustral Canyon. First explored in 1963, the formation was named for its claustrophobia-inducing passages and ranks among the region’s most visited canyons.