LIAOYANG, China (CNN) -- The ice-covered woods along a river draw sightseers and shutterbugs across the country to a remote town in northeast China.
The woods along the Liaohe River recently began to ice over owing to the continuous drop in temperature in northeast China's Liaoning Province.
Many tourists and shutterbugs came all the way to Helan Town in Liaoning to capture a glimpse of the natural wonder of ice-coated forest.
The withered branches and trunks of diversified trees were all covered by snow-like white ice along the Liaohe River in Helan.
The ice-coated trees scattering around blended in concert with the snow-covered little town, making the town particularly imposing.
"The ice-coated tree photographs like a firework display. It's so beautiful," said one shutterbug.
The ice-coating was formed on the trees when the cold air hit the vapor around the trees, one of the photographers explained.