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Wet, Wetter, Best!

When it comes to rainy season, mountains are added with sublime effects. Each water droplet the earth receives, nourishes the vegetation. The whole region get wrapped in a thick green blanket. The misty mountains offer a fascinating view. Here are some photographs which define the truthful meaning of rainy season in mountains.

The CowBoy's Shed
The CowBoy’s Shed

In hills, chidren have Monsoon holidays. Most of them are from farmer families and have cows, goats or sheep in their homes. In the meadows or jungles, they let their cattles graze while they make temporary shed to save themselves from rain.

 

The Paddy Fields
The Paddy Fields

The water filled fields are ready to be planted with paddy saplings. While men will plough the muddy fields, women will plant the saplings in the fields, sometimes airing an old pahari song ususally devoted to The God or about the month of Savanah.

 

The Dal Lake, Dharamshala

The Dal Lake, DharamshalaWhile the greenery looks awesome, Dal Lake is flooded with muddy water pouring down from the hills. The blue colour of the mist make the scene catchy to eyes.

 

The Dhauladhars

The Dhauladhars

Just after a spell of rains in the evenings, the mystry of mountains is revealed. Visibilty is at maximum while mist contributes to the contrast which make them look more appealing.

 

Traveling Against The Rain Droplets
Traveling Against The Rain Droplets

Discover the falling droplets on your car’s windscreen. Stop the cars. Enjoy while watching them sliding down the windshield creating amazing patterns.

The Rose And The Monsoon
The Rose And The Monsoon

Monsoon is awesome. Rose is awesome. But the monsoon effect on the rose something is incredible. Tiny droplets on the petals are feast of delight to your soul.

HAPPY MONSOON!

 

 

 

 

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