Morning Mist at Corbett

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The gate at Dhikala, inside Jim Corbett park opens for tourists at 6:30 in the morning, in winters. The Sun in the last week of December rises after 7 AM. I was also in the queue of jeeps to rush out for shooting (taking pictures only !) an always elusive tiger. The gate opened and we rushed out like bullets, but behold. There was so much of mist (unlike fog of north Indian plains) outside that we could not see any pug marks to help us trail a tiger. We decided therefore to wait for the mist to end. While waiting for that, I started noticing the beauty of nature which is sometimes ignored in the mad rush of sighting a tiger. The tiny droplets of water clinging to the tips of the grass blades and hanging like a ripe fruit presented a scene beyond par.
The results as shown in these pictures are a tribute to the glory of mother nature. Just watch these pics and forget about pug marks for some time.

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One thought on “Morning Mist at Corbett

  1. विश्राम की स्थिति में ही सुंदरता दिखाई पड़ती है।
    प्रकृति विश्राम पूर्ण है यह तब दिखाई पड़ता है जब हम खुद अशांत न हो।
    प्रकृति की सुंदरता देख पाने की बधाई।

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