A waterfall in China’s Guizhou Province has completely frozen in icy temperatures.
Tourists have been travelling to the area to get a look at the spectacular sight.
The frozen waterfall is around 30 metres high and 10 metres wide, with layered icicles dropping down from it.
Impressed visitors are flocking to see the natural phenomenon, which was reportedly last documented in 2012.
Taihang’s mountain range lasts 250 miles from north to south and runs through three of the country’s provinces. It has an elevation of 1500m to 3000m to 6,600m.
Weather in the country’s freezing Hebei Province ranges at temperatures between one and -12 degrees during the winter months.