Photo Feature : Lonar Lake

Read here how to reach Lonar lake, where to stay & best time to visit.
Read here for hiking tips to Lonar lake.

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Pure bliss. Nothing can be more beautiful than this.

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The lake. Another view from top.

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Can you see that lone hut ? That’s the only one out there.

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From ground level.

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Soon thereafter black clouds started hovering… and the lake water started dancing with joy.

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And then it poured and we had to take a shelter in an old temple.

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It was heavy downpour and within minutes only thing visible was this tree trunk admiring the dance of  those white waves.

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19 thoughts on “Photo Feature : Lonar Lake”

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  4. Bindhu,
    Camera didn’t play a role in this. That was indeed green everywhere. 😀

    And after half a circle I had to pack my camera since it had started pouring heavily.

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