Life is an illusion, a mirror where you see in others who you really are. Sometime good, sometimes bad and the other time better than the reality itself. Quoting the words of a writer “Obsessed by a fairy tale, we spend our lives searching for a magic door and a lost kingdom of peace.” Who is to blame for this war between the reality and reflection? Who is to show me the way to peace!
Bad water, Death Valley National park
The place is just as deserted as the name itself. Unusual, landscapes, unexplained moving rock yet an amazing place to visit. Bad water, or I would like to call it “The mirage”… had a trail that leads out to the salt flats. It is at 282 feet below sea level, it’s the lowest point in North America.
Why do I find the reflection of this mountain more beautiful than the reality itself…
Mono lake, California
View of the mono lake in winter shot by Kiran. It’s amazing how the landscape changes completely with changing seasons. I like to edit the photograph, changing the contrast and color. My husband shares his version of unedited, straight from the shot photographs. Visit his blog for Mono lake in summer.
Yosemite National Park
What do I say about Yosemite! I guess it’s the place where we go to find our peace of mind. Its our temple, we worship the nature. My husband, being a photographer is a nature lover. I’ve been with him long enough to enjoy things that he like and vise versa. One of the things that we miss the most out here in the east coast, is the natural beauty the place has to offer. I believe I have talked enough about Yosemite in my post on the pencil sketch of Yosemite tunnel view.
Sharing the photos we clicked on our way to the curry village and Vernal fall mist trail hike.
Hope you enjoyed the natural beauty of the national parks in California and my attempt to capture reflection!