On this September day it has been raining all day long. For good two hours I was deciding whether to go for a little hike and very likely to get wet or whether I should finish reading my book instead. Luckily, I am in fond of rain and one hour later I made it to this gem, with no other soul in sight. Heavy rainy clouds suddenly and very unexpectedly opened up a bit so the light could reach the surface of the lake, making the turquoise waters shining like a real gemstone. After ten minutes snow/rain storm rolled in, so I ran back to my tent and back to my book. I still made it to the last page that day, yet richer in one more blue memory.
Photo by @dreamingandwandering
We talk about Rupin Pass, we talk about the beautiful Rupin valley, about the amazing views of Lower and Upper Waterfall, about the crystal clear water of Rupin River. But we miss the valley that comes after doing the pass, the majestic valley of KINNAUR. It's just magical, the views that Kinnaur's mountain has, I don't think any other mountain range has those. The pointed mountains will take your breath away. Our last campsite of the Rupin Pass trek just looks beautiful in this landscape.
under the dark night. under the light of the loom. we climbed up the hill. rolled down into dark. skipping along the banks of the ganges. giggling at what we could see of our broken noses. sighing in disbelief. of monsters and gin. #feetparadox
2532329 November, 2018
भिखरे पत्तों कि आड़ से । पहाड़ो कि छाव से । बुलावा आया और हम चले आये । सुलगती पलकों कि झोंक पर। अंगड़ाईयो कि नोक पर। टहलते। लड़खड़ाते। खुद कि रूह कि तलाश में। हम चले आए। #feetparadox