Khajjiar Trip during my Sabbatical - Part 2

During my Sabbatical in Feb this year, I went for a solo trip to Dalhousie, Himachal Pradesh on a friend's recommendation. While staying in Delhi, I took a taxi to Khajjiar and reached there early morning, which  was a good thing. The place is a very popular tourist spot and is therefore almost always crowded. In my case, early arrival ensured a stress-free stroll and some amazing pictures.


Khajjiar Trip during my Sabbatical - Part 2 : Posted by Vibha Malhotra at www.travellingcamera.com : During my Sabbatical in Feb this year, I went for a solo trip to Dalhousie, Himachal Pradesh on a friend's recommendation. While staying in Delhi, I took a taxi to Khajjiar and reached there early morning, which  was a good thing. The place is a very popular tourist spot and is therefore almost always crowded. In my case, early arrival ensured a stress-free stroll and some amazing pictures.The ground was covered with soft grass and the area was lined with tall deodars lending it an appearance of a bowl. Tourists had only just started arriving. Therefore, there were only a few cars parked. The lake in the center could have been better maintained though.Houses with colorful sloped roofs dotted the scene here and there adding more character to the scene. A close-up of some of the buildings in the area. houses with sloped roofs fascinate me a lot.One of the old houses in a typical


The ground was covered with soft grass and the area was lined with tall deodars lending it an appearance of a bowl.

Khajjiar Trip during my Sabbatical - Part 2 : Posted by Vibha Malhotra at www.travellingcamera.com : During my Sabbatical in Feb this year, I went for a solo trip to Dalhousie, Himachal Pradesh on a friend's recommendation. While staying in Delhi, I took a taxi to Khajjiar and reached there early morning, which  was a good thing. The place is a very popular tourist spot and is therefore almost always crowded. In my case, early arrival ensured a stress-free stroll and some amazing pictures.The ground was covered with soft grass and the area was lined with tall deodars lending it an appearance of a bowl. Tourists had only just started arriving. Therefore, there were only a few cars parked. The lake in the center could have been better maintained though.Houses with colorful sloped roofs dotted the scene here and there adding more character to the scene. A close-up of some of the buildings in the area. houses with sloped roofs fascinate me a lot.One of the old houses in a typical

Tourists had only just started arriving. Therefore, there were only a few cars parked. The lake in the center could have been better maintained though.

Khajjiar Trip during my Sabbatical - Part 2 : Posted by Vibha Malhotra at www.travellingcamera.com : During my Sabbatical in Feb this year, I went for a solo trip to Dalhousie, Himachal Pradesh on a friend's recommendation. While staying in Delhi, I took a taxi to Khajjiar and reached there early morning, which  was a good thing. The place is a very popular tourist spot and is therefore almost always crowded. In my case, early arrival ensured a stress-free stroll and some amazing pictures.The ground was covered with soft grass and the area was lined with tall deodars lending it an appearance of a bowl. Tourists had only just started arriving. Therefore, there were only a few cars parked. The lake in the center could have been better maintained though.Houses with colorful sloped roofs dotted the scene here and there adding more character to the scene. A close-up of some of the buildings in the area. houses with sloped roofs fascinate me a lot.One of the old houses in a typical

Houses with colorful sloped roofs dotted the scene here and there adding more character to the scene.

Khajjiar Trip during my Sabbatical - Part 2 : Posted by Vibha Malhotra at www.travellingcamera.com : During my Sabbatical in Feb this year, I went for a solo trip to Dalhousie, Himachal Pradesh on a friend's recommendation. While staying in Delhi, I took a taxi to Khajjiar and reached there early morning, which  was a good thing. The place is a very popular tourist spot and is therefore almost always crowded. In my case, early arrival ensured a stress-free stroll and some amazing pictures.The ground was covered with soft grass and the area was lined with tall deodars lending it an appearance of a bowl. Tourists had only just started arriving. Therefore, there were only a few cars parked. The lake in the center could have been better maintained though.Houses with colorful sloped roofs dotted the scene here and there adding more character to the scene. A close-up of some of the buildings in the area. houses with sloped roofs fascinate me a lot.One of the old houses in a typical

A close-up of some of the buildings in the area. houses with sloped roofs fascinate me a lot.

Khajjiar Trip during my Sabbatical - Part 2 : Posted by Vibha Malhotra at www.travellingcamera.com : During my Sabbatical in Feb this year, I went for a solo trip to Dalhousie, Himachal Pradesh on a friend's recommendation. While staying in Delhi, I took a taxi to Khajjiar and reached there early morning, which  was a good thing. The place is a very popular tourist spot and is therefore almost always crowded. In my case, early arrival ensured a stress-free stroll and some amazing pictures.The ground was covered with soft grass and the area was lined with tall deodars lending it an appearance of a bowl. Tourists had only just started arriving. Therefore, there were only a few cars parked. The lake in the center could have been better maintained though.Houses with colorful sloped roofs dotted the scene here and there adding more character to the scene. A close-up of some of the buildings in the area. houses with sloped roofs fascinate me a lot.One of the old houses in a typical

One of the old houses in a typical "Kashmir ki kali" kind of a setup. Very Romantic!!

Khajjiar Trip during my Sabbatical - Part 2 : Posted by Vibha Malhotra at www.travellingcamera.com : During my Sabbatical in Feb this year, I went for a solo trip to Dalhousie, Himachal Pradesh on a friend's recommendation. While staying in Delhi, I took a taxi to Khajjiar and reached there early morning, which  was a good thing. The place is a very popular tourist spot and is therefore almost always crowded. In my case, early arrival ensured a stress-free stroll and some amazing pictures.The ground was covered with soft grass and the area was lined with tall deodars lending it an appearance of a bowl. Tourists had only just started arriving. Therefore, there were only a few cars parked. The lake in the center could have been better maintained though.Houses with colorful sloped roofs dotted the scene here and there adding more character to the scene. A close-up of some of the buildings in the area. houses with sloped roofs fascinate me a lot.One of the old houses in a typical

Brilliant reflection of the surrounding hills. As I mentioned earlier, the lake could have been maintained better....

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