Ershui, or 二水 (literally “two water,” though I’m not sure exactly why) is home to the train station that takes in passengers headed to the Songboling Soutian Temple. The area is mostly farmland and rural countryside, giving a different flavor than the usually urban photos I take due to where I live.
Rice and tea are cultivated in the area, and the region has quite a bit of pork (and as a result, fertilizer) production.
Some people still live in the old Hakka-style houses in the area, and they provide a bit of timeless charm to the countryside.
…and to finish things off, an incense holder shaped like a fish! This is a bit out of context, but oh well…