#tbt to last memorial day weekend when we visited the antelope canyon. make sure to visit early in the morning when the lines are much shorter and the sunlight hits the canyon just right. when we got there it was over an hour long wait and we were the last group able to go (they cut the line off at 4pm because it gets too dark inside!) this picture is probably the lightest pic i was able to capture but it was still a surreal experience in person and i felt like i was in mars! 🏜
Shot of the brooklyn bridge with the manhattan skyline in the background. and yes, i walked over that bridge back to manhattan. i knew i’d be doing a lot of walking in nyc, but had no idea i’d be averaging 10 miles a day!
When i am 50, i would think, like most others on the life gone by.
on the most memorable moments and instances i am most proud of. points of life where i took my own decisions and followed my calling. not dictated by society. not dictated by anyone.
and always, it never is the project or deadline or the great proposal or bid i cracked.
but sights like this one. when i look back a path trekked. one that i thought was impossible and questioned my abilities before i started. you. fill your life with such moments. thank me later.
this is on the annapurna base camp trail crossing the dense forest and covering over 10000 steps in a single day. sums up the nepali landscape. deep gorges, rivers, greens, mist and most of all...tranquillity.
They are the reason you enjoy most scenic journey in #ladakh
women who works tenaciously even at low oxygen altitudes to make highest mountains passes, motorable for us are the strongest/toughest women workers.
even after devoted in such a dangerous work still they wish all the travellers "julley" with a broad smile🙏