Sunset, Sahyadri Mountains, India.
Tag: eco tourism
This is march 2013, Harishchandra fort, Maharastra, India, I came here after 6 months, I spotted a change, many small Karvi shaks installed by the locals are ready to welcome you with refreshments and local food. The government of Maharashtra provided Tents to these people, this will help them to make living out of adventure sports and Eco-Tourism, this will also benefit trekkers and tourists. Though we were overwhelmed by the fresh lime water by Mr. Bharmal on the fort, hope the growing tourism will not affect the ecology and cleanliness of the place.
pa__011060, a photo by PRAVIN ASWALE on Flickr.
a small pond in the rock field.
Mount Ghanchakkar, the monsoon was over, these wild flower were in full bloom, i was tempted to include them in my otherwise dry landscape.
Stone Row, a landscape at Deccan, fortunately or unfortunately we reached this location in the last monsoon season, here in INDIA. We have planned something different location, but due delay caused by road distractions we decided to move on this location, and yes it worked very well.
This was the beautiful morning ever I had experienced. Our day started at 5 o’clock in the morning, we started trekking over the mountain to reach the specific spot on Fort Harishchandra. Fort Harishchandra is one of the richest places in bio-diversity. The day was quiet hectic but at the end I got some nice landscapes, here is one of them the first one of that day. YOU CAN BUY THIS IMAGE CLICK HERE
Compound with barb wires are common scenes around here in India, as the real estate pricing is on the rising. this was a beautifull morning near Ghoti, Nashik
Evening near Pachnai
Evening near Pachnai, this is one of my favorite pictures. We were on the way to Fort Harishchandra, the crown of Western Ghats on north side of Deccan Plateau. The climax was spectacular. The clouds, the eclipsed sun, the sun rays, the cliff, distant lightened skyline,
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