Hi all, I have had an awesome and lively long weekend. Trip to Yosemite is one memorable excursion. Though the rim fire tried to grime Yosemite, it was looking gorgeous as always and is still a most spectacular national parks.
The giant sequoias, huge glacier point, never ending trekking to Nevada falls, tiny ground squirrels, intelligent coyotes, gazing mule deers, beautiful sunset, unexpected rainbow @ vernal falls & more and more made my trip beautiful and unforgettable. I never seen such an amazing sunset ever. The most exciting adventure was zip lining. I never imagined myself so inspired and fearless.
The only thing upsets me now is, being a lazy photo clicker. I was more into fun than taking pictures this time. But of course, have few clicks, hope you like them.
Tiered of trekking………
Unexpected and Beautiful rainbow @ Vernal falls……..
Awesome sunset ever…….
Whirled around grand island on second day, learning its beauty and wonders. Explored the wondrous Oahu island from the lavish green mountains to the crystal clear blue waters across the rich & fertile central plain. Astounding island has variety of diversities which makes you feel never forgetting it.
The gigantic Diamond head view is one beautiful spectacle. This volcano symbol is worldwide recognition of Hawaii. Both clicks from different view points and day.
Beautiful view of nuuanu pali lookout has great history of hawaiian battle.
North Shore surfing beaches were so full with competitors for International Surfing Competition which made us stay for very short period.
A monk of Hindu temple, Hawaii owns his part time snack stall. He was so kind to give us free lays.
Waimea bay and Hanauma bay’s had great sights.
A classic view with a twist! We can see the water blow out of a little cave in the rocks. This is one of amazing thing on hanauma bay.
Enjoyed the great view of Chinaman’s hat.
Huge and beautiful Laii temple(mormon temple) believed to protect hawaii.
Exploring pineapple fields was so wonderful. That was the first time I saw the pineapple plants. Yummy and juicy pineapples made our day.
I was so surprised to explore dole plantations. Its so big and beautiful with fresh scent of pineapples.
Enjoyed the awesome waikane tropical views.
(Clicks by me and Darpan and Edited by me)
It was an awesome time on rockies where I forgot myself and started dancing, responding to nature and music. You never know what triggers or inspires you. But when those vibes touch, one will realise the preciousness of the time and respond to it. It just as I said happened to me and my friends on rocky mountains.
(Clicks by Divakar Vutukuri and Anand Giridhar
Edited by me)
“Colorado” the state of beauty. I traveled to this place without prior knowledge of what when where it is, which i think made my journey more beautiful. As I was going more it became interesting with exciting scenic nature.
All the way I crossed California, Nevada, Utah and then reached Colorado. All 4 states have its own beauty, crossing all is like a making motion pictures with drastic nature variation dramatically as in national geographic documentaries. Living in bioluminescent waves of California, crossing bashing vibes of Nevada, gazing into enormous mountains which seems God made monuments of Utah, entering abstract and colorful Colorado is quite amazing.
Few clicks of my ongoing journey to Colorado….
Awesome resort city palm springs is one of the must go place.
Palm Springs, California lies on the of the Coachella Valley, within the Colorado Desert.
Palm Springs has been Hollywood’s desert recreation plaza for celebrities to repose and escape from the hurly and buryl of theatre world.
Several celebrities stayed and purchased hideaway homes in Palm Springs, such as Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Jr., George Hamilton, Bob Hope, Albert Einstein Bing Crosby, Kirk Douglas, Cary Grant, and Jack Benny. Several ladies were frequent visitors including Marilyn Monroe, Dinah Shore, Kitty Carlisle, Lily Tomlin, Elizabeth Taylor and Susan Sommers.
Had a lovely time in cinco de mayo celebrations @ Anaheim last weekend.
“CINCO DE MAYO” mean May 5 in Spanish, is the Anniversary day of the Battle of Puebla, national holiday in Mexico in honor of a military victory in 1862 over the French forces of Napoleon III. The day is celebrated in Mexico as celebrations of their victory.
Cinco de Mayo has also become a festive holiday in parts of the United States with large Mexican American populations. Celebrations in the United States often extend beyond the actual day to encompass an entire week, with parades and festivals that include music, dancing, and food.
It was a great exposure to learn about Mexican festive celebrations and their culture. The event reminded me of small fairs held in Indian towns for Ganesh Chaturthi and Desara festival.