हरा (hara) - green 🌳☘🍀🌿🐸🐍
I share a love-hate relationship with Mumbai. The city is often annoying AF, disgustingly polluted, unbearably loud, holding heartbreaking poverty in its midst. And yet, I can't imagine living anywhere else in India.
Anyhooo, when the relationship gets too skewed in favour of hate, I escape to this verdant patch just a half hour away from my place in Chembur. If you position your tent correctly, it feels like you're in the hills, with 50 shades of green on end. Nearby is a stream but it's almost always crowded with tween boys from the area, so we usually avoid it. Sometimes, we climb up the descending stream to places where it drops into mini waterfalls. Not the safest thing to do in the monsoons but hey, if there are adventures and waterfalls in my backyard, I'm gonna savour them for sure 🐛
Friyay! ✨ Gisteren deze foto gemaakt en nu pas besef ik hoe snel onze plantjes groeien! Midden: de avacadoplant, rechts: mangoplant 🌿 🌵 Alle credits naar vriendlief, die ze zo goed onderhoudt! #urbanjungle
What's the most effort you've done for a photo while solo traveling? It was a serious effort solo traveling around New Zealand trying to take photos of myself... Setting up a tripod and then self timers or remotes. For this shot I had to run down the flight of stairs and not fall and look like I was standing there all along within the 10 second count down. Hehe secrets out I guess! How do you guys shoot your photos when there's no one to take your photo? 😀📸 this was shot at Hamurana Springs, NZ. The water was super clear and it was such a beautiful relaxing setting. #hamuranasprings#newzealand#explorenewzealand#explore