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.
Hohensalzburg Castle in Salzburg, Austria, offers a view of the old town of Salzburg from one side, and a beautiful Alpine landscape on the other.
Munnar is a small hill-station in the Indian state of Kerala. Famous for its tea and spice plantations, Munnar (and the Western Ghats region in general) provides many fine views like this.
(Submitted to the Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenges: “Serene“, “Wanderlust“, “Earth” and “Atop“)