在這板塊推擠中的小島上，海拔3000公尺以上的高山，超過了250座以上，形成特殊壯觀的地貌。 FindARTs特與「看見.齊柏林基金會」合作，精選 齊柏林導演珍貴典藏，從高山美麗的湖、峽谷風口、奔流赴海的高山河、到奇特巨岩的海岸，讓我們從空中視角，感受大自然的鬼斧神工。
This small island formed by tectonic action has a majestic geography dominated by more than 250 mountains over 3,000m in height.
FindARTs has partnered with the Chi Po-lin Foundation to present a handpicked selection of Director Chi Po-lin's classic aerial photographs. A bird's eye view of alpine lakes, windy mountain passes, alpine rivers rushing to the sea, and seashore formed by unusual great rocks are a testament to the handiwork of nature.
Sun Moon Lake is the largest lake in Taiwan and its geography was exploited for hydropower. Minghu Reservoir uses the height difference to store water discharged by the Sun Moon Lake for generating electricity during peak hours. Water is then pumped back up to the lake using off-peak electricity at night for the circular reuse of water resources.
Xiaofengkou on Mt. Hehuan is located within Taroko National Park. Strong gusts of wind blow through the mountain pass here due to rising air currents from Dajia River and Liwu River, hence the name "Small Wind Pass." During the day, this is a superb location of observing the alpine climate and terrain. At night, it is a star-gazer's delight. The aerial photography of Director Chi add to the grandeur of Xiaofengkou.
The Liwu River winds it way through the Central Mountain Range carving out the precipitous Taroko Gorge before flowing into the Pacific Ocean at Hualien County. Farming villages dot the alluvial plain on either bank. When the river waters meet again at the estuary, the view from above resembles braids of hair woven by Mother Nature.
The Beishi River originates from Yingziling in Shuangsi. It is the main catchment for Feicui Reservoir and the primary river in Pinglin District. Surrounded by hills, Pinglin's soil and climate is well-suited to growing tea, so tea leaf production is the main local industry. Pinglin Old Street itself began as a tea market.
The rugged Nanya Shore is the product of weathering and erosion. Differences in the hardness and thickness of each rock strata created many unusually shaped rock formations such as Ice Cream Rock, Bamboo Shoot Rock, and Fur Seal Rock. The endless expanse of open blue sea provides a perfect backdrop to these strange rocks.
Mudou Island lies at the northern tip of the Penghu islands. The entire island is formed out of Dolerite and Basalt. The island was named after the inky color of its rocks and its eye shape from the air. The region has been a fishery for residents of Jibei as far back as 150 years ago. The stone weirs that use the tides to catch fish and the extensive coral reefs nearby form a jewel of the sea.