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Skywatch Friday - Sunrise in the Forest

Now that I have written about Rishikesh, it is time for me to take a break... and write about random stuff for a while, before getting back to my #summertrip. To begin with, let me share with you, as part of Skywatch Friday, a beautiful sunrise at Tadoba....

We were awaiting our turn to enter the buffer zone of Tadoba, when the sun appeared, over the rim of the trees.





It was as if the sun was covered by a thin veil of branches, which it shrugged off, as it rose over the forest.... Here are a few captures, to give you a glimpse of that wonderful sight....





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  1. Stunning captures Anu! Love how the sun obscures the sun...

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  2. This is it. Great!

    Your dedicated photography and travelogue endeavours are such..
    at times they leave me spellbound ;)

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    1. Thank you so much, Reetesh! and good to see you here!

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  3. Right moment, right camera, right mood, right intention and perfect luck, combination of all those factors made this wonderful picture of our nature. Thanks for giving us something great picture to talk about!

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    1. Absolutely, pkshome! It was the perfect combination! we were lucky to see this sight!

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  4. Beautiful shot! I love the moon peeking through the trees!
    Please come link up at this week's Wordless Wednesday (on Tuesday):
    http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2015/09/allium-glorious.html

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    1. Thank you, Sue! I would love to, but that implies a wordless post, so let me see if something clicks.

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    1. Thank you Freda! Nice to see you here after a long while!

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  6. Great idea capturing the sunrise in amongst the branches. Beautiful result.

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    1. Thank you, Yogi! It was just an accident that we happened to be there as the sun rose from behind the trees, and I just had to capture it! lucky us!

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  7. Wonderful shots!! Looks like the sun is fighting off the clutches of multiple branches!

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    1. Thank you, Spare parts and pics! That was a wonderfully interesting way of putting it. never thought of it like that!

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  8. Great shots ! Thanks for sharing !

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    1. Thank you, Namaki! It was entirely my pleasure! am glad you liked it!

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  9. The sunset pictuers are so beautiful ... thanks for sharing with us.. well i am also a amture photographer and i also love seeing sunset... :D
    Resorts near Gurgaon

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