A demolished house… with bright blue walls. Roof tiles were no where to be seen, along with the doors and windows. Bright colours disguise the age of this house.
Yet one more structure brought down, making way for a shiny multi storey concrete house. Old making way for the new.
Tall beautiful pine trees at the pine forest in Kodaikanal (Tamil nadu, India). It is refreshing to take a walk through this forest, as monkeys chatter from the tree branches and cold mist floats by.
Bark of these trees is unique. It feels hard and rugged from the outside, but the inside is smooth and coloured in orange – red hues.
It is a good spot to stop by while visiting kodaikonal.
Two monkeys, in a tight embrace. They did not mind me as I clicked away.
But, the hug lasted only for a few seconds. One of them gave a sudden growl, pushed the other monkey and walked away… or rather climbed away and went up a tree.
Kodaikanal is a famous hill station in Tamilnadu. We spent the weekend there. It was a scenic spot, with lots and lots of friendly monkeys. A few monkeys came close enough to check if I had snacks or fruits with me. This was one such curious monkey…
The western ghat mountains in south India, near Tamil Nadu – Karnataka border at Dimbam.
We were returning back from mysore, when we stopped at Dimbam for tea and snacks. The view was breath taking and I could not resist taking a photo.