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Old 13th July 2009, 21:27   #1531
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Wake up guys...whys this thread so sleeepy ?! More pics please !!
From a recent trip: alori Pass again!

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From a recent trip: alori Pass again!
Excellent pics Anup. You are having all the fun.
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Old 14th July 2009, 16:54   #1533
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wow nice pics anup ! whats that rundown building ?
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Old 14th July 2009, 18:13   #1534
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whats that rundown building ?
Just that! A run down shack that used to be always boarded up.
This time it was a functioning dhaba.

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Old 16th July 2009, 13:45   #1535
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Since you guys are so lazy...and so slow in updating this thread frequently, I am planning on a monsoon drive blr-chickmagalur-kudremukh-agumbe-blr next weekend just to make this thread better !
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Since you guys are so lazy...and so slow in updating this thread frequently, I am planning on a monsoon drive blr-chickmagalur-kudremukh-agumbe-blr next weekend just to make this thread better !
Awesome sense of responsibility, NIP!!
Now if only everyone did their bit like this T-BHP would need to add another server or two!

Eagerly waiting for the pics! Have a good trip!
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NIP, we all need to take inspiration from you. I have already started planning for a Khandala - Lonavala trip just for the purpose of photography.

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Old 18th July 2009, 12:20   #1538
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Here are a few more from another recent trip:

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Fantastic place Anup !! Where and what is this place ?!? Looks lovely and the scorpio looks great on that rocky road...
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Anup sir which road is that in last set of pics?
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Fantastic place Anup !! Where and what is this place ?!? Looks lovely and the scorpio looks great on that rocky road...
Thanks, NIP.

This is a six kms 'rocky road' (jeep track) at Kharapathar (Himachal) that leads to a very beautiful, ancient, temple called the Giriganga Temple.

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Excellent pics Anup, it seems to be quiet a drive on that stone track.

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Last evening, went for a drive with a friend to a place near Devanahalli which is a protected Tamarind grove. This is supposed to be a heritage site and some of my friends are actively helping preserve this 30 odd acre woods. They're fighting for its survival in fact. There are ancient trees here aged between 600-800 years !! Unbelieveable isnt it !? The place is about 10kms to the back of Devanahalli.

Here's an extract from the web (http://www.kbbindia.org/heritage.html):
"Nallur, a small village near Mallepura on the way to Hoskote from Devanahalli has a very old sacred grove, total area spanning to about 30 acres, said to have been existing since the rule of cholas.The tamarind trees now existing are believed to be those sown seeds, grown into huge trees. There are about 130 old tamarind trees, aging to about 600 – 800 years! The largest tree is having the circumference of 50 feet and a height of about 20 feet. All these old trees have artistic warty markings on the stem. The yield from these tamarind trees is auctioned every year by the forest department.

Snakes like Spectacled cobra, Russell’s viper, saw scaled viper, rat snakes is commonly seen here. Birds like the red rumped swallow, Purple sunbird, Spotted dove, Small green bee-eater, Fan tailed fly catcher, Red vented bulbul, Red whiskered bulbul, Rose ringed parakeet, Coppersmith, Tailor bird, Indian robin, Common Indian myna, and house crow are generally seen here. According to the locals, five types of owls are believed to be roosting in the holes of the old trees.
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Posting a couple of pics of trees along with the Scorpio, just for awareness. Hope its ok guys, didnt want to create a thread just for this.
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Great pics, NIP!
And that Scorpio needs to go back into the showroom where it belongs!
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Putting my new Scorp to maximum utility.
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