Mesmerising Views

If you aren’t new to the blog, you might be aware that I often travel. Many times I come across places that make me pause, take a deep breath and admire the beauty around. If you’re a frequent traveller you might have had this experience too. Here are few of those moments captured.

The above shot was taken at the bay behind the temple at Rameshwaram around sunset. The view was so beautiful and peaceful that we stayed until it got dark, and we had no choice but to leave.

This was a picture taken on a ferry ride along the Godavari river at Rajahmundry. I had been to this place many times since my childhood, but it wasn’t until last year that I had this memorable experience. One of the most beautiful sunsets I’ve watched until today.

The tea gardens at Conoor are pretty. I went there to get one of those clichรฉd pictures with a basket on my back, collecting tea leaves. Once I turned around to watch the other side of the garden, there was this amazing view of the sun setting over the trees. Guess what? I enjoyed it with a cup of tea. ๐Ÿ˜‚

Coorg is one of the most beautiful destinations in Karnataka with amazing view points. Although I couldn’t go for any trek to those view points. The Raja’s seat garden itself offered this peaceful view that I can never forget.

Nandi Hills is one of the most common destinations around Bangalore. However, what makes it fascinating is that this view was captured around 8 am in the middle of summer ( in April to be specific).

On my way back from Goa, our bus took this unknown route. We stopped for a while in the middle, just in time to witness the sun setting across this farm. And although I couldn’t capture them, this farm also had peacocks that would run away from me. ๐Ÿ™

This was a picture from my visit to Matheran. The best part about this place is that vehicle aren’t allowed upto 4 kms from the hill station. This toy train is the only mode of transport apart from the horseback rides. Although I couldn’t board the train, it looked quite pretty with the scenery around.

If you have been to Rajasthan, you might have been to Jaisalmer. If you’ve been to Jaisalmer, you’ve definitely experienced either the sunrise or sunset at the Sand Dunes. Like a few other lucky people, I happened to capture the sunset with a camel in between.

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9 Comments Add yours

  1. Kurian says:

    Mesmerising indeed Sudha

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    1. Kurian says:

      You are welcome Sudha

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  2. Nomadosauras says:

    Beautiful pictures! I have lost count of the number of times I have climbed up to Matheran but somehow I have never managed to click a good picture of the tiny locomotives! ๐Ÿ˜€
    Will try and make a point to do so the next time!
    Here’s wishing you many more beautiful sights during your travels ๐Ÿ™‚
    Cheers!

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    1. Thanks a lot, yes itโ€™ll be a plus point if you can capture the horses.

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  3. Mitali says:

    Amazing pics!! N m sure they added to some beautiful memories

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    1. Yeah they definitely did๐Ÿ˜€

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  4. Ravi S says:

    Excellent snaps

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