To Travel or Not to Travel- that is the big decision. Travelling is fun- you can learn lots of new things, meet new people and cultures and expand your horizons but a lot of times, people don’t travel because they say they don’t have the money to plan for a trip. It always takes a lots of planning and a bit of compromise on life’s other needs and luxuries to be able to travel of course.
But even other things aside, sometimes people just need an inspiration to start planning their next trip. To help you with that little bit of inspiration here’s 10 landscape photos that I have captured over the course of my journeys. Some have been taken at remote locations whereas others just a short drive away from the city.
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I called it the Cafe at the End of the World. It is a photograph at the edge of the Darcha Settlement on the road to Leh in Kashmir.
This is Pangong Lake that bridges India and Tibet. Ladakh is one of the most sparse and yet starkly beautiful places I’ve ever seen on the planet.
You can read more about my Himalayan adventures a few years ago here.
This was Sunrise at the Matanga Hills at Hampi.
Another Sunrise, though this time this was shot from the balcony of my room at Bhadra, Karnataka.
You can read about my travels in India here
This is from Garden Key from the Dry Tortugas National Park in Florida, USA.
You just recenty read about my stay at the Rebak Island at Langkawi. Paradise!
The last is from Phu Chi Fa in Thailand. You can read more about my travels outside India here.
What inspires you to travel? Leave me a comment.