Every time I need some inspiration, all I have to do is turn to nature and return thoroughly intoxicated. Time to time, soaking in the marvels of nature, like waking up after a restful sleep, has a therapeutic effect on my mind and body. I love to meditate sitting in the middle of a dense forest while drinking up the musical sounds. Rustling leaves, buzzing bees, chirping cicadas, the pitter-patter of the raindrops, croaking frogs and the list goes on. My recent trip was to the gorgeous Western Ghats, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with rich biodiversity and hometown of my favourite snake, Malabar pit viper.
I spent a lot of time amidst tall trees admiring the intricate designs and colours of nature and captured a small part of the beauty I enjoyed.
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Some pictures from the awe-inspiring Western Ghats
Bees from a honeycomb
Nest of a “not sure bird”
Mist on a spider web
Never saw such a pink or is it magenta before
Can you spot the bush frog 😛
Weaver ant nest
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