Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Smoking stream

Smoking Stream
This picture was taken one early morning in Valparai last month. It’s a wonderful sight to see fog like rising from the small stream far near the place we stayed. A relative who guide us said, in summer days they used to take bathe in Kuzangalaru (Pebbles River or such streams), and those times water seems to be warmth! It’s really amazing, with almost cold weather throughout year and only in summer these streams bliss. There was a group of guys near the stream burning something to warm them to celebrate there existence.


Priya said...

Your pictures are getting better and better Jeevan. Quite serene and beautiful.

krystyna said...

This pic and view is Fantastic!
Thank you Jeevan for sharing!
Big hug!

Miladysa said...

This looks like a mystical place Jeevan :D

Great photograph!

starry said...

Love that picture, so green and peaceful.

The Seeker said...

Hey I love all your posts! cos I get what i'm missing here! kind of stay put here! Valparai! lovely place...

Rakesh Vanamali said...

Awesome picture Jeevan....very serene! Reminds me of Ooty!

Dawn said...

WOW! this reminds me of Ooty...anywhere near there?

Awesome - what a refreshing when you go in the morning.
Thanks for sharing dear



Keshi said...

OMG Jeevan take me there plz!!!


Vishesh said...

I can't see the pic,:(

Annie Wicking said...

What a wonderful picture and I like your new header too.

Much peace my dear friend,


Jeevan said...

Priya – Thank a lot buddy :)

Krystyna – Thanks so much dear, hugs :)

Miladysa – Thank you dear :)

Starry – Thank you

The seeker – I am so glad I could able to give u something here :) Thanks bro

Rakesh – Thank you buddy, much like ooty :)

Dawn – it’s on the same hills continuation of Western Ghats, southern to ooty. Thanks, mornings are always refreshing, in hills its more enough!

Keshi – sure u come dear, lets go :)

Vishesh – try now, could u able to see? Thinking so what the problem, u can’t see the pic :(

Annie – Thank you dear friend :)

Sameera Ansari said...

Lovely,serene place!Can imagine how wonderful it must have been to visit there :)