This almost perfectly V-shaped valley near Dharamshala is home to the 20-meter-high Bhagsunag waterfall, one of the region’s most popular attractions. The hills in the region are densely covered in vegetation and, combined with the low-lying clouds, they made for a dramatic landscape.
Dharamshala is an Indian hill-station that is well known for being home to the Dalai Lama and a large number of Tibetan refugees. It lies in a small sub-range of the extensive Himalayas known as the Dhauladhar range. Towering, snow-covered peaks of the range can be seen in this panoramic photograph.
Low tide and dawn coincide to make for a peaceful and quiet beach in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands.
(Submitted to the Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenges: “Liquid“, “Rise/Set“, “Silence“)
Deep blue skies, turquoise water and yellow sand at a beach in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands in India.