“Weekly Photo Challenge: (DREAM)” Himalayan Peaks and Road

As kid I always use to dream of mountain, fog and cold weather and so when I visited Himalayas in 2007, It was like dream coming true.Just now while writing back to you also I am getting goose pimples…

 

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46 thoughts on ““Weekly Photo Challenge: (DREAM)” Himalayan Peaks and Road

    1. Sure they are, as kid I always use to dream of mountain, fog and cold weather and so when I visited Himalayas in 2007, It was like dream coming true.Just now while writing back to you also I am getting goose pimples…

    1. I am really happy you liked them. This time of visiting Himalayas, valley of flowers was like dream coming true, as kid I dreamed of all these things and it was awesome experience when I saw it in person. To be very honest very heavenly. I can just go on writing about my dreams growing up as kid in in India when it was close economy. but that is different economy then. Thanks for liking.

    1. Life has been very kind with me Nelson I could see the peaks of Himalayas if not all the parts of Himalayas as it is really wide. and on the other hand could visit Brazilian coast courtesy of my then girlfriend and now my wife Cyntia. Thank you so much. These are photos on way to Valley of Flowers.

    1. Sure so right. I was brought in India which was kind of close economy as you all know India opened in 1991 to the whole world, and slowly Indians started moving around and I am no exception to that. As a kid we use to hear about all these far places but from books or from wonderful travelers account. I had this huge attraction of mountains, clean weather, clouds and so this was just dream coming true. But thanks for liking it.

      1. It was for the first time I was visiting Himalayas and in India Himalayas is part of our culture and so that attraction was always there, to add to my first comment, so you can say it was lifetime experience

    1. Himalayas are always interesting and mystical, we Indians know about it right from our childhood, it forms part of our daily life, the river Ganga(Ganges) and the whole culture came along-with Himalayas and the river. so it becomes much more interesting. If you so liked it there are bit of other posts of mine about Himalayas below kindly go through them as well and you will enjoy more. Thank you so much for your lovely and reassuring words.

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