So my first December submission flopped miserably, rejected by sharp-eyed Suzanne’s observation that an iron fence doesn’t fit the definition of a wall. Let’s try again.
This wall is maybe open to question too. It sure looks wallish to me, but some my view it as merely a highway restraining barrier. There are still a few days left in the month, so if anyone is still inclined to quibble please do so quickly while I still have time for a third attempt.
So, let’s assume for the moment that it’s a wall. It’s admittedly not a particularly interesting wall, but that wasn’t listed as a challenge requirement. The mountain behind it is pretty interesting though, so that should count for something. And, I remembered to include a bike this time. The shot is taken at the summit in Yangmingshan National Park, at the northern end of Taiwan. The mountain is a composite of a cluster of volcanoes, some of which are still thermally active. Just the sort of warm neighbor you’d like to have if you’re living in Taipei, just ten miles to the south.
Continue here if you’d like to see more about our ride to Yangmingshan or the initial days of our tour of Taiwan.