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A trip to mossy land

Text & photos by Hai Duong – Phong Son

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Traveling to the northwestern upland of Vietnam, tourists can see many breathtaking landscapes. With mountain ranges 2,000 to over 3,000 meters above sea level, it is common to see unique green moss-covered forests.

The forests are a form of epiphyte. Moss, ferns, and orchids on trees and stones receive warmth and nutrients from the dew, rain and air.

Millions of trees and vines in the forests of Ta Xua in Yen Bai Province and Hoang Lien Son in Lao Cai and Lai Chau provinces are covered with green moss, creating an interesting scene. These photos were captured after many trips to the northwestern region.

Trees on Ta Lien Son Mountain, Lai Chau Province, have turned into moss-covered trees
The mossy forest turns the scene in Ta Xua into a mysterious and magical one
Stones and trees are covered with moss in the forest in Ta Xua
A group of young tourists is thrilled upon discovering the mossy forest in Ta Xua
Stones covered with green moss by the stream at an altitude of over 2,000 meters on Pu Ta Leng Mountain in Lai Chau Province
An old tree is covered with green moss on Pu Ta Leng Mountain
The beautiful yellow mossy trees in Ta Xua
Two tourists pose for a picture of a mossy tree on U Bo Mountain, Bac Yen District, Son La Province
A branch of orchid blooms on a moss-covered tree in Ta Xua
Flowers bloom in the middle of the fog and green moss
A forest in Ta Xua is as magical as in American adventure movies
The green mossy area in the forest in U Bo
A close-up of green moss on the trunk of an old tree in U Bo
The moss in cold weather
It is great to lie on a hammock in the mossy forest in Ta Xua

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