Winter devils

The winter Gods have unleashed their snow demons,The demons play with ice and winds,Unaware of the bone-chilling amongst the fragile humans,And laughing at the monochrome around!

Abandoned tree

And what a life this ageless tree hasWaiting for the snow to freeze it’s exteriorAwaiting the blazing sun to nourish it’s swaying leavesWaiting for the trekkers for solitary picturesAnd ultimately waiting for death for decades. Picture taken in 2018, please travel responsibly and safely.

Filtering sunlight

Let love enlighten your soul.Let the sunshine brighten your day. Picture taken in 2018, please care to travel responsibly and safely

Conifers galore

A left turn hereOr a right one thereFor every turn brings a new light.

Skinny shaming is bad!

A note on skinny shaming or making someone conscious of their slim body: 🗡A person’s shape is not only dependent on their diet but also on their metabolism, genetics and physical activities.🗡When you see a person in the perfect shape, perfection defined by societal standards, they might be in “shape” due to a good diet,…

Trekking relief

The levelled roads appear so welcoming after a steep descent.

Mountain Canines

I think I miss those mountain fluffs more than travelling or trekking or even mountains. They are so considerate of your trekking routes and will always guide you to the right path.

Gratitude post

I am grateful to look at my old travel pictures and cherish such vibrant ambience when I feel morose. What are you grateful for today?

Travel nostalgia – Kareri Lake trek

My first snow trek happened in 2019 at the Kareri village trek. The maximum temperature was 5 degrees when we began the trek at the Kareri village. And the clouds in this picture don’t do justice to the wet atmosphere there – continuous downpour and the snowstorm