Tuesday, December 4, 2012

A Walk in the Sun

 Last Sunday, we went for a 17 kilometer walk from Tumkur to Devarayandurga, a village on the hills.
 Some of the trees had already got the red new leaves of spring.
 A villager was sunning himself near his marigold plot. There were also fields of beans and other vegetables along the way.
 Soon we left behind the villages and entered the forest.
 The forest contains bears, monkeys , foxws and other wild animals, but we saw only monkeys.
You can view some lovely pictures of our world here.http://ourworldtuesdaymeme.blogspot.com

12 comments:

  1. What a lovely walk you've taken us on!! I would love seeing the monkeys, but would be a bit concerned about the bears!! Great captures for the day! Enjoy your week!

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  2. What a lovely - and LONG! - walk!

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  3. Such an interesting series of lovely photos and I like the last one of the road...wish you saw the bears and foxes... I love how we get to share the world. cheers

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  4. Thank you for the lovely walk through the woods. Wildlife in your surroundings is far greater than overhere. We also have foxes, but no bears or tigers. We have deer and wild boar!
    Thanks for your visit and comment! Have a great week!

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  5. Great tour!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

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  6. What a beautiful walk! I love the marigold plot amongst the coconut trees!

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  7. Thanks for sharing your beautiful walk in the sun.

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  8. Wonderful photos. It looks so nice and green where you are.

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  9. 17 km is pretty much to walk. Hope you did not carry too much. Nice country so I guess it is worth it. :)

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  10. 17km walk? Thta' a long walk! but i think the scenery might have make you forget the tiredness! ;)

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  11. You have really walked a long way, but it was really a nice experience you shared with us, after the autumns the plants just get their new leaves, and it is really nice to see the wildlife after this season.

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  12. The very idea of walk in the woods encourages the mind, with the anticipated feel of clean fresh air and the lush greenery.

    Lovely pictures too. Thanks for sharing.

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