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|The Drive itself on this route (nako to tabo)is wonderful experience and full of adventure excitement. |
When we had set out for Sangla, I did not have the slightest idea that we would be able to travel the whole of the bhuddhist circuit of Himachal Pradesh, one of the least populated and most beautiful places in India.
Nako is a small village, 3600mts above sea level. The major attraction is Nako lake surrounded with willow trees and Bhuddhist temples said to be more than 1000 year old. A couple of hotels are here but were packed to capacity with mostly foreign tourists. We could have got a home stay but decided to Move to Tabo valley instead.
The road was bad initially but the view was scenic along with Spiti river and we were tempterd to spend some time on its bank. Before sunset we reached Tabo valley which was more than peaceful and totally different from any place I had visited in the past.
This photo may not be very good,i took this snap from the front seat of car.i just want to share the feelings that i felt on every moment,every turning.
The narrow road,driving against sunlight,continious sliding of stone chips,sands.................uffffhhh.i just enjoyed the adventure.
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- [2011-08-10 13:34]
I like the color of the rocks.
Depth and perspective make this image attractive.
Sharpness and clarity are pleasant for look at.
Very well composed and good captured.
Nice done, TFS.