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Vistas enroute Pahalgam

On our Kashmir vacation, we spent a considerable amount of time on road. Looking back, I now realise this is the part of the trip I loved the most, more than visiting any "must-visit" place! Both Dad and me love going on road-trips, as you get to learn a lot about the place. That apart, you also get to experience great views. In Kashmir, thanks to the hostile weather (and political?) conditions, the state of the roads in many areas isn't very good. There are some really rough patches that need to be carefully manoeuvred across. And driving slowly also means being able to click away to my heart's content. Continuing with the forty shades series, here are a few pictures that were clicked en route Pahalgam

Forty shades of green


  1. wow beautiful views. Great pics.

  2. Feeling to spent some time in the lap of this pace, what a greenery and beautiful place !!!! nicely captured. Thanks for sharing.

  3. The beauty of Himalayan Mountains is endless.. Amazing Pictures of the place.. A nice Post, Priyanka!

    1. True Sreedharji, once bitten by the mountain-bug, it's hard to stay away. Thank you!

  4. Very beautiful hill stations.. I yearn to go there!! Thanks for sharing Priyanka..

    1. Thanks Sneh, hope you plan a trip soon!

  5. Gorgeous gorgeous pictures.

  6. Just like a post card! Great pics Priyanka!

    1. Rightly said Rashmi, the views were picture postcard perfect! Thank you


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