In a remote corner of Southwest China, only a stones throw away from the border with Myanmar lies a region inhabited by the Wa minority and covered by dense jungle. The Wa were traditionally a warrior tribe of head hunters who placed the heads of their victims on spikes throughout their territiory to scare their enemies. Having ceased head hunting several decades ago, their practise changed to worshipping ox skulls which every year is celebrated by the sacrifice of an ox, the skull of which is hung in this sacred burial ground. I drove for several hours to reach this place only to be greeted by torrential rain. But towards dusk the rain subsided and turned to drizzle and the dense forest kept me relatively dry as I shot this fascinating place. The weather only added to the mysterious and spooky feel of the place.