Travelling with the Sun

Click on the first picture to begin the journey..

My journey through the Himalayan roads on a chilly winter day became even more enjoyable and beautiful, thanks to ‘our’ amazing Sun.

Hope you admired the sun as much as I did.:)

Weekly Photo Challenge: Admiration

Wintery Silences: River Beas

The snowfall is the most quite of all, but even the river goes silent in the winter compared to its late summer or monsoon avatars.

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River Beas – one of the Himalayan Rivers

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“In rivers, the water that you touch is the last of what has passed and the first of that which comes; so with present time.”
~Leonardo da Vinci

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Himalayan Poplar

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Date of photography: December 2016

Portrait of Two Leaves

I’ve posted many one-leaf-portraits before (you can find some of them here and here) and today is about another two leaves. A different place, a different time, and of course two different leaves (at least in their respective time-scale). But they are stuck, which I think is kind of better than just lying anonymously on the ground. I like to think about the probability of falling leaves getting beautifully stuck on a wired-fence in a haphazard manner. Think about it for a moment.:)

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It’s like natural decoration even after leaving the tree. Cool, isn’t it?

:)

My other posts under the category “Portrait of a Leaf” can be found by clicking here.

Portrait: Feather on a Leaf

Here it is. A feather on a Leaf. Hmmm… is it really so?IMG_0162I know, I know, no one can defy gravity.😉 But I kind of liked this picture this way: upside down. What do you think?

Alright, I will give you the right one now.

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Let’s get a bit more closer:

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In dreams, anything can be anything, and everybody can do. We can fly, we can turn upside down, we can transform into anything.
~ Twyla Tharp

Have a happy February!:)

In Macro: ‘Oh, harsh winter!’

“I prefer winter and fall, when you feel the bone structure in the landscape – the loneliness of it – the dead feeling of winter.  Something waits beneath it – the whole story doesn’t show.”
–  Andrew Wyeth

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Green, yet, feeling it…

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You don’t need snow all the time to feel the winter, do you?

Happy weekend everyone! Stay warm.:)