This is a poem that flashed into my mind while I was going through the images we captured on our first northeast India travel. Hopefully, you will like it. Sometimes watch the wild animals in the wilderness and notice how they are curious about mankind stepping into their territories. Gentle, curious, afraid, and hence aggressive, and a whole lot of emotions and expressions are what we will find. Carefully take a look at the images you have captured while visiting national parks.
You stood there
Walked like a model
Turned back to give that pose
And that glance said
If I don’t pose
If you don’t click
So many mouths
May go unfed
Recommend you to read the following travel blog on places to visit in Assam.
Home to Single Horned Rhinos – Kaziranga National Park
World’s Largest River Island of Majuli
Sibasagar – The Temple Town of Assam
Nameri National Park & Tiger Reserve
Guwahati – Gateway to North-East India
Recommend you to read the following travel blog posts on places to visit in North East India.
Wettest Place on Earth – Cherrapunji, Meghalaya
Drive to the Enchanting Tenga Valley, Arunachal Pradesh
That IS a perfect pose!
Very well composed and nice click!
Lovely thoughts. Thanks for sharing.