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Yep. After a brief hiatus, The G Cam is back – this time bringing you mesmerizing photos from the Kodachadri Mountain Range in the evergreen Western Ghats of beautiful Karnataka. Drop a comment if you like what you see. Handing over to Goutham for the rest of the post.
Images Copyright © 2006 – Infinity, Goutham.
Hidlumane falls. Is it Hitlumane or Hidlumane? The former word has a meaning, but most of them pronounced it as Hidlumane. What’s in a name after all?
A shot of the sprawling grasslands one gets to see while climbing down Kodachadri. You will miss these if you take the jeep track.
It’s always beautiful when its bare.
[Prompting someone to comment: "Goutham, you should trademark your comment! It's high time the ladies understood this."]
Sunrise from Kodachadri – this guy made us wait for almost an hour. It was 6:48 am by the time we could catch the first glimpse. Most Sunday mornings, I wouldn’t have bothered to get off my bed.
Sunset over the great Arabian Sea.
Idol of Lord Ganesha – inside a small cave – on the way to sunrise point.
Phew! Nice catch. Being drenched in sweat, I had almost ignored these beauties.
That’s it for now. Hope you enjoyed the photos.
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