So guess where am I?

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If this is what I passed on the way… No more than fifteen minutes before reaching here.

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Can you guess?

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62 thoughts on “So guess where am I?

    • Its not darjeeling. Darjeeling Hills are very green and you will hit- Bagdogra airport before you see the hills. You are likely to see Himalayas on the way.

      The brownish colors point to the Khandala – Shayadari mountain range at this time of the year. Or another one I m willing to bet on is- Madurai- so this are hills of Kodaikanal

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  1. This is probably on way to Mumbai …
    My instinct says … i have seen this before .
    Bt mostly … these peaks look the same 😦
    Still … Mumbai ! πŸ˜€

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  2. Can’t be the Himalayas because well, they have ‘him’/snow. Got to be further south. Ghats would be either Mumbai or Goa. People have said Mumbai, so I am saying Goa! 50-50 life line’s not an option, is it? πŸ˜€ Plus you had Goa pictures before.

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  3. These crags belong to the western ghats- probably Mahabaleshwar. I remember noting that they had a very Grand-Canyonish look to them when I was there.

    Hope I’m right!:)

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  4. I think its Goa..no..but wait, doesnt the flight go over the sea in Goa…Errr..confused…but I dont know if its Mumbai because all I remember seeing when I cross Mumbai is the slums and the sea…so I will stick to Goa….I think its Goa πŸ™‚

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  5. This peak is on the Mumbai Pune highway
    I have always throught it looks like a castle πŸ™‚
    It’s great that you got a reasonably clear picture through. I have always wanted to photograph the ghats from the air, but usually there is too much haze

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  6. The layered formations of the mountains make me wonder if these are the western ghats. Heck it could be the Andes but then no snow at the peaks anywhere … so lock kiye jaye on sayadhri range…

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