A panoramic view of the hills at Kharghar that have been captivating my mind, body and soul for around a decade now. This place never gets old and never will (though it’s a few million years old by now, but still). The apocalyptic cloud line adds drama to the existing beauty.
Lunch time for the Rhesus Macaques today just above my head at the parking. These guys seemed so busy making lunch that all my attempts to agitate them went in vain.
The sun rays pass filtered through what I like to call the ‘Sacred Groves’. Just be there at anytime of the day of night and they will cast a spell on you. I am glad that they stand there just as they did ever since, but till when would they is the question….
The perfect sight to start a day!
A street shot of an auto passing by on the Chembur Santacruz link during a commute to Vile Parle.
A black kite flies over Anushaktinagar during the evening.
A man walks past the waters of the sea at the Guhagar beach during sunset. The beach at Guhagar is remain rather clean and empty compared to beaches at Mumbai.
Intense cloudscapes form over Vashi today evening. The weather forecast for the next few days predict heavy rain for the whole of Mumbai
A lone Rhesus Macaque sits at the edge of a building and stares back during the early hours of the day at Anushaktinagar. These monkeys have made the terraces of the buildings at Western Sector their home at Anushaktinagar. This comes after several incidents on the hill which displaced them making them to seek refuge else where
Rain clouds take over the mountains of the extend Parsik Hills region in Kharghar. The rain clouds tends to be caught up in the mountains and rain well there before reaching the valley