HIMALAYAN CLOUDS

Photographed from different locations near Mussoorie in the Himalayas in India I leave these pictures with you and your Imagination.

Be embalmed in the beauty of the Hills and the blue Skies.

at the edge

The Himalayan Fulcrum

the way to the clouds
The Way to the Clouds
clouds from trees
The Clouds descend on the Himalayas
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mukul chand

51 year old entrepreneur who has traveled extensively around the world for work and pleasure , is based in New Delhi, India. A passionate traveler born with a love for flora and fauna, is an active naturalist and amateur photographer. Here he shares his unique insight into Incredible India revealing its mysterious and exotic treasures. Writing from his heart he shares his experiences as he crisscrosses this vast and amazing land.

50 thoughts on “HIMALAYAN CLOUDS”

      1. Yes, of course, my brother visited there years ago but didn’t take many pictures, days of black and white. I am fascinated by the subcontinent because I don’t think that our two land masses ever had anything geologically in common

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      2. Went north?
        OK Tonga then New Zealand then Australia were the first to separate, here and that is why there are only reptiles and birds in new Zealand and why true mammals did not develop in Australia.

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      3. Blackberries? They are Noxious Weeds here, brought over from Britain as a food source they absolutely love the place and had a stranglehold on the Native Flora. So were poisoned – and I loved to go Blackberrying in England to make pies.

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      4. Not those blackberries. These are large dense green trees which grow to over 20 metres or 60 feet . Each fruit is the size of a small plum.The botanical name is Syzigium cumini. Pls google it for Images.

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      1. Yes it is such a place. Though I must admit it was only the last trip 3 years ago that I felt the connect. Important is to stay in a hotel overlooking the Ganges, you can walk around.

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