Zenfolio | camerags | Munnar - God's Penthouse in His own country
Visitors 78
Modified 28-Dec-15
Created 20-Dec-15
30 photos

Our small group of seven from the PSM enjoyed over two hectic days of photo activity during a wonderful sojourn in the high ranges of Munnar

Munnar in December was at its coldest best – freezing cold in the mornings, to warm up a bit later, and as the sun went down, back to the freezer! The rolling green hills of Munnar alternated between mist to overcast and sunny days at a rapidly changing pace. The mountains were a deep saturated green as the landscape changed from tea gardens to dense forests and back to tea. Every water body was full to the brim and with waterfalls galore! Rajamalai, the tourist zone to the Eravikulam National Park was perhaps the highlight of this trip with close up sighting of the endangered Niligiri Tahr.

In gratitude to Joseph Raja and S. Vivekanandan whose untiring efforts made this trip a memorable experience . And they could not have said it better when they called Kerala God’s own country!

Folk music plays in the background on slideshow mode!
The rolling High Ranges of MunnarThe tea gardens of Munnar 1Lakkam Falls 1Untitled 10Mist over the tea gardensKarimutty FallsThe tea gardens of Munnar 2Lakkam Falls 2Untitled 1Niligiri Tahr on a rocky crag at Rajamalai, Eravikulam national ParkNiligiri TahrNiligiri Tahr foragingUntitled 2At a road side tea shopUntitled 3Untitled 4Unititled 5Untitled 6Untitled 7Wild Hibiscus in the tea garden

Categories & Keywords
Subcategory Detail:

Guestbook for Munnar - God's Penthouse in His own country
Thanks Rags for sharing lovely visuals..great shots..hope to see Munnar one day.

Prasad Vakkalanka(non-registered)
Thank you Rags for keeping me in mind and sending this wonderful album on Munnar; Appreciate it really!
Pritam Kukillaya(non-registered)
Very nice, Rags!
Radha Vijayan(non-registered)
No words to express my appreciation
I need not visit Munnar.....
Rajeswari Kirthivasan(non-registered)
very nice pics Sir. Munnar well captured through your lens.
The guestbook is empty.