Cardboard figurines, Walking through life, Following the leader, Monkey see monkey do, Following the flow, Never resisting the control, Manipulated by multiple hands, With dark intentions, Those poor figurines, Think they make their own choices.
A week ago we were standing on a sandbar in the middle of the Caribbean. Now we’re standing in snow back at home, but as long as I’m with you that’s all that matters. @rayane.armbrust ❤️ Last pic I promise 🏝 Until the next tropical adventure...
PURPLE RUMPED SUNBIRD (Juvenile) Getting close to the bird is very very tough, you have to know the birds behaviour to get close, simply running behind the bird and chasing it is not the way, they will not come back if you keep going behind it, try giving it some room to fly around, get comfortable, then try to photograph it. Thanks to Mugil sir(@m_u_g_i_l) and Valentine sir(@valentinepaulfernandez) for teaching me some basics of birding with photography.
Los colores del páramo. Al fondo la laguna verde que se pinta de azul en una exposición de dos minutos, adornada con frailejones y montañas de origen glaciar en medio de la gama de colores inconfundible del páramo; Tonos verdes, naranjas y amarillos que se complementan con el azul del cielo en este lugar donde habita la fauna que lleva los espíritus ancestrales @parquescolombia #visitomisparquesnaturales @manfrottoimaginemore#manfrotto#longexposure
Kauai’s coastline has some absolute gems 💎 Getting to this one wasn’t easy. Had to hike through Slippery mud up to the ankles. Luckily we made it just in time for sunset and had this pool all to ourselves!
Ulurkan tangan kita, gandeng saudara kita di pedalaman. Bukan untuk merasa kasihan. Mereka di pelosok jauh lebih kaya dari kita, bro! Kekayaan alami, potensi lokal yg tidak terkontaminasi dunia luar, keangkuhan kota, & menyampah kata & sosial media. Cukup kealamian mereka yg natural. Kearifan lokal dengan kerendahan hati penuh wibawa.
Love that comes with looks, goes with looks. True love doesn’t start by gazing at the looks of a person, but by knowing the beauty of their character. God please give me someone who can take my hand and lead me to Jannah 🤲🤲 . (ignore my swollen eyes🤦🏼♀️) . latepost at 🕌 Masjid Nabawi-Medina-Kingdom of Saudi Arabia . . . . . Umrah 2018
Sometime unplanned random walks leads you to the places you were not even aware of, you might get lost while walking in the lanes - explore it You will encounter with the people - talk to them, say hi, smile, share your things, ask them, say thank you, You'll get to see local traditional houses, culture - capture them,
Day 4. Inching closer to Kedartal. This was a time when we were crossing the ridge section. Once you cross this section, there's just one more small ascent after which you see the pristine Kedartal lake! You see all the trekkers in great spirit take one step at a time to head towards our final destination!
You also see in the video just how majestic and towering Mt Thalaysagar and Mt Brighupant are! These two peaks were simply mesmerising.
Day 4. Walking in the snow trail. These were the last few meters we had to walk past to get to the Kedartal lake. In the video you'll hear a lot of deep/heavy breathing - apologies for that, in hindsight I could have been cautious while recording the video.
I LOVED THIS SECTION! IT WAS CHALLENGING, FUN, AND EXCITING! At this point, me and a couple of others - @vikram_sam and Saurabh were ahead in the trail and with just 2 or 3 souls in the vicinity, it was just so pure and real!
Day 4. The sound of the gushing stream. This was after crossing the rockfall section enroute Kedartal. Couldn't take a neater/longer video - but this when heard at the lake was just so much more better and peaceful. There's no noise whatsoever, and there's this gushing water flowing in full force.
Day 4. Enroute the Kedartal lake. The trek to this lake begins once we leave the Kedar Kharak campsite. This stretch, though not too long, has several tricky sections that one needs to be cautious of.
There are several rockfall areas, where there are loose rocks and rocks falling from the valley above due to heavy winds. We had to wait for the wind to be relatively lesser and then swiftly cross the section. We had lots of small rocks falling from above.
This was my most memorable day. Kedartal was fast approaching!
Day 3. Enroute Kedar Kharak campsite. Video during a short break. The videos shows the path of a stream, the glacial water and snow water heads all the way from the big mountains and goes all the way to Gangotri.
On day 3, while walking towards the Kedar Kharak campsite, you get to see these big mountains at a distance. They continue to be visible all along your path and offers you such strength to move forward.