Thursday, 6 November 2014

The Landscapes Of India (Part Two)

If you are wondering when was ‘Part One’ posted, check it out here. Since I am not feeling very inspired to write anything at the moment, I thought I should go back to my old travel photographs and compile something interesting.

So, here it is – photographs that showcase India’s diverse landscapes.
Hyderabad-Bangalore highway (Karnataka)
The Blue City seen from Mehrangarh Fort (Jodhpur, Rajasthan)
Countryside near Ooty (Tamil Nadu)
Ranikhet Golf Course during summer (Uttarakhand) 
Countryside of East Sikkim
View from Marine Drive (Mumbai, Maharashtra)
Dandeli (North Karnataka)
Tea Gardens of Darjeeling (West Bengal)
Jaisalmer Fort (Jaisalmer, Rajasthan)
Countryside near Gangtok (Sikkim)
Darjeeling (West Bengal)
View of Udaipur City from Monsoon Palace (Udaipur, Rajasthan)


So did you enjoy the landscapes of India? 

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20 comments:

  1. Beautiful photos! I especially love the photo of Jodphur from above.

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    1. Thanks! Yeah, there's something about the blue houses. :)

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  2. Love the Dandeli shot!
    Nice collections of pics.

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    1. Thanks so much! Yes, Dandeli is a beautiful place!

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  3. India is simply stunning, with this photos you are simply increasing more and more more curiosity about this beautiful country of which I'm in love with even if I've never been. The blue city is so unique and so interesting. If I ever make it to India I have to spend several months there trying to explore as much as I can and different regions, for now I can only dream a bout it :)

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    1. Yes, Franca! You must spend at least four to six months in India to explore it deeply. Hope you make it here soon! :)

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  4. I've always felt proud that I travelled a lot in India. But seeing all these pictures, I think I shouldn't be feeling the same. And considering that I travelled to most if the places with my dad's analog camera!!

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    1. That's nice, Anu! That has its own charm. :) Besides, India is your own country, you can come here anytime and explore it!

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  5. Wow! That blue city is incredible. I'd love to see that in person someday.

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    1. Thanks Alex and Mina! :) Yes, the blue city is magical! You will love it.

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  6. I think, this is one of the best photographs i have ever seen. All the photographs are nice. But Darjeeling (West Bengal) picture is the best one. If i get original picture of it, then i will design it to my mom's room wall and she will very happy because she liked natural picture. Thanks.

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    1. Thanks! Yes, Darjeeling is a fascinating land, has lots of scope for photographers.

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