Friday, 11 October 2013

10 Pictures Inspiring Travel

While I was contemplating my next post, I had an urge to travel to a new destination. Although the urge to travel is always there, it gets kindled when I see so many travelers globe-trotting, sharing their pictures and experiences.

While my next trip is still away, here are some of my reminiscences from my old trips – 

Tourists visiting the Jaisalmer Fort in the morning. It was a balmy morning - I woke up early, strolled through the fort and observed the routine life around.
This is the top of Mehrangarh Fort in Jodhpur - A girl taking a picture of the Blue city below. I was very keen on seeing the Blue City in Jodhpur. Indeed, it looks great! 
A deer at Jim Corbett National Park. This is one animal that poses gracefully for pictures. We were intrigued a lot by our safari guides that we could spot a tiger any moment, but to our tough luck, we didn't spot any. We enjoyed spotting other beautiful birds and animals though.
People enjoying a ferry ride in Sydney. It was a week day - my sister cut-short her office work and joined me for a joyride.
Camels resting, while tourists waiting for sunset at a desert in Jaisalmer. It was my first desert safari ever and I was super excited!
Boats moored at Naini Lake (Nainital). Boating is one of the most loved ways to enjoy the beauty of Nainital.
Tourists chilling out at Lake Pichola. The view of the beautiful City Palace adds to the thrill of enjoying the atmosphere. Udaipur is a lively city with all the ingredients of a holiday destination.  
Monsoon is an amazing time in Mumbai and the surrounding places. Matheran is a hill station, which is thronged by tourists during the rains. 
Tourists at the Twelve Apostles -  Port Campbell National Park in Victoria. It is an awesome place! I wish I could linger around there a little longer!
Mehrangarh Fort at sunset - tourists capturing the vista around. It's a huge fort with lots of interesting things inside - museum, restaurant & cafe, many small huts and a temple at the end of the fort.

Which one did you like the most?

27 comments:

  1. Whats Up Renuka,

    This is a pretty good list. Awesome photography by the way.

    But personally I found Loch and Gorge better than the 12 Apostles. Just my 2 cents

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    1. Thanks Sougata :) I am not aware of Loch and Gorge...what's that?

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  2. Love your photos. I like the B&W picture the best!

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    1. Thanks Angela :) For a moment, I thought where is B&W in my pictures, but then I realized you are talking about the Matheran one :)

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  3. The Mehrangarh photo is beautiful. Am looking forward to visiting it on my first trip to Rajasthan!

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    1. Great! I am sure you are going to love Rajasthan.

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    1. Thanks so much :) I'm glad you liked them :)

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  5. I like the first one, nice composition in wide angle :-)

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    1. Thanks Paresh :) Yeah, even I like it!

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  6. Hi Renuka,
    Such lovely photographs that certainly evoke great travel memories.
    I regret not making it to Jodphur when I was in India. Your photo of the Blue City is stunning; would love to photograph it myself.
    I don't know much about Nainital, but it looks so picturesque and tranquil. I have to look it up.
    Look forward to hear and see more of your future travels.

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    1. Thanks Marisol :) I hope you visit India again and see all the beautiful places here :) Glad to have you on my blog!

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  7. Some nice images here Renuka, they certainly inspired me to visit some of them, and even go back to a few I've already visited. I think your passion for travel shows in the pictures, I enjoyed reading this.

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    1. Thanks so much, Iain :) I tried compiling some travel inspiring pictures from my collection and I think I did a pretty good job! Also, I am more inspired to click better travel pictures next time. :)

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    1. Thanks Niranjan! These are my favorite travel pictures.

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  9. All the pictures are gorgeous Renuka! My fav is the view of Jodhpur from the fort. I missed visiting Udaipur and Jodhpur during my travels in Rajasthan, and I regret. But wish to make it there sometime!

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    1. Thnaks Anu :) Yeah you should visit Udaipur - it is such a pretty city and Jodhpur, too, has its own charm.

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  10. In Rajasthan, I've only been in Jaipur - would love to see more, all the fab places you've got here, actually. :)

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    1. Thanks Sophie :) Yeah India is a fabulous country with lots of colorful places, and Rajasthan is particularly a travel buff's paradise. :)

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  11. Hey Renuka!

    I happened to come across your blog through your comment and i have to say i'm inspired! All these places you have mentioned are beautiful and you have captured the essence of them truly. Love it and be rest assured you have an ardent follower! Where in India are you from?

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    1. Thanks so much, Mana :) Welcome to my blog! I'm currently in Hyderabad. I'm originally from North India - have lived in different cities - Dehradun, Lucknow & Delhi.

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  12. Very lovely photographs! I love the camels picture in particular; beautiful colors!

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    1. Thanks Marsha :) Yeah camels of Rajasthan are so pretty!

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  13. beautiful pictures... feels like visiting them all right away :)

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