In early winter, a leisurely walk through the city reveals a landscape filled with golden hues, interspersed with lush greens and tinted reds, creating a rich sense of depth.
In early winter, the residential areas in Beijing E-Town shed their attention-grabbing colors of the summer and donned crisp autumnal golds.
The summer sky collects its colors and the leaves rustle with the sound of autumn.
Under the golden autumn sun, annual leaf peeping season has come.
In the recently released "2023 Beijing Birdwatching Guide," the Nanhaizi Park (Milu Park) was recognized as one of Beijing's top three recommended birdwatching locations.
As autumn visits Beijing E-Town, the cool breeze blows and the grass and trees do not appear withered. Red fruits dangle from branches and yellow flowers line the pathways.
In just one month, the rice seedlings planted in the shimmering water fields have grown into a captivating Nanhaizi rice paddy painting, swaying in the wind and rain.
"Only sunflowers turn their heads toward the sun." As Song Dynasty poet Si Maguang (1019-1086) put it, sunflowers by the banks of the Liangshui River open their smiling faces joyfully in the middle of September.