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Photo of the Week - 8 February 2018 (itzrashmi)

Photographer - 'itzrashmi' : "That morning, I woke up in the bus to find myself surrounded by the Himalayas and I couldn't contain my happiness. This was my first tryst with these majestic mountains. "
5 years ago, February 11th 2018 No: 1 Msg: #204023  
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Wanderer .....
Hello Everyone ! I am from India. The travel bug bit me way back in 2007 and since then I have had some great experiences exploring places around the world.
My husband and I love travelling and exploring new places. Travelling helps us rejuvenate.
Here, in my blog, I have tried my best to put those wonderful travel experiences into words. I hope you will enjoy reading the posts! Please feel free to leave comments, if any. I would love to hear back.

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Nominated by:
MargAndRob - "a little unique as to location."

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5 years ago, February 12th 2018 No: 2 Msg: #204039  
Thank you Jo . It is an honor ! And thank you MargAndRob for nominating the photo !

About the photo -
It was Day 8 of our Himalayan trek. That was the day we were to reach the summit point and then trek down to the next camp site. At around 8:30 am that morning, we stopped for our first break of the day.There were large rectangular and cube shaped rocks in the snow, of which some were erected straight and some were placed horizontally. One of the trekkers in the group was standing with his one leg resting on one of the rocks when one of our trek leaders told him that these rocks were worshipped by the locals and they were considered holy. Reply to this

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