Driving 100 kilometres to Mandu from Indore took more than 3 hours because of the traffic jams. Sometimes it was the shorn sheep being herded ...
and sometimes it there were caravans of camels. There were also people moving in a carnival procession from one village to another, as it was the time of Navaratri- a nine day feast.
The peacocks along the way also seemed to be having the spirit of the carnival.
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Very interesting traffic jams you have there! What great captures! I love it! Hope you have a great week!ReplyDelete
I love camels. What a cool landscape!ReplyDelete
What amazing landscape! Love the other rush hour traffic... ;-)ReplyDelete
Our world is so big and great! You have so many beautiful animals at your place that are different. And at the same time we have so much in common ;-)ReplyDelete
animal traffic? hahahha...!ReplyDelete
Is the peacock wild one? I only see them in Zoo!
What a trip that must have been!:) Fascinating photos!ReplyDelete
Wow! What a trip! ~ Great photos! ~~thanks, namaste, Carol (A Creative Harbor) linked w/OWTReplyDelete
I would enjoy these kinds of traffice jams. I just love the critters and birds. Wonderful photos, thanks for sharing your world.ReplyDelete
Can we please swap traffic jams for just one day? You can have all the smelly London buses, taxis and vans, and I will have the smelly sheep and camels!ReplyDelete