Weekly Photo Challenge- Seasons | Aravali Hills

These two pictures summarizes how Aravali hills in the vicinity of Jaipur looks in two different seasons.

This picture was clicked recently.

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And the following picture was clicked during monsoon (rainy) season.

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In monsoon, the entire topography changes; it’s all lush green!

And for rest of the year, these hills don a grey-brown look, waiting for the rains to transform them!

This post is part of  Weekly Photo Challenge – Seasons

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18 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge- Seasons | Aravali Hills

    1. Peter monsoon in this part of the world is quite critical too. Rainy season is preceded by intense summer season with temperature scaling 45-46C. The terrain here is semi arid, hence most of the tree here are quite hardy and are pretty adaptable too. yes the difference is dramatic. thanks for checking it out and commenting! 🙂

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