Reed Flute Cave

Summer 2017 - Volume 21 Number 3

 

 Reed Flute Cave

 

Reed Flute Cave
photograph
By David D Clarke, MD

The elaborate natural limestone formations in Reed Flute Cave, in Guilin, Guangxi, China, attract many visitors to the area with their diversity and beauty.

 


The cover of the first issue of The Permanente Journal, Summer 1997, featured Dr Clarke’s photograph of body pigments for sale in a Kathmandu, Nepal market. Twenty years later, we are proud to be publishing high-quality articles graced by high-quality art.

 

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